Today is also ending--
at the bottom of the snowstorm
the gigantic sun

---Arō

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midwinter cold —
even the sound of the bell
seems frozen


blizzard
the moon leaves the trees
behind
light snow days —
through the dark
dawn’s plow


chocolate Yule log
dusted with icing sugar -
snow covered hills
Christmas lights -
cherry blossom
still in bloom.

through this path

no one comes unheard

leaves separately frozen

chilled air penetrate

loosen tension

and my brain relax

yellow code



yellow code –
roofs flying over
the city

Diana Teneva
packy snow
I'll carve diem
into snowmen
full snow moon
the slowness of shadows
caught in branches


A month of haiku poems by Alan Summers at Cornell University, Mann Library, USA:   http://haiku.mannlib.cornell.edu/category/author/alam-summers/

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Photo: Jens-Christian Kjær copyright 2013
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Haiga 203

hvidt forneden
mørke foroven
spor i den lyse nat
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White below
darkness above
in the bright night
tracks

a weather-wound cloud
pulls in the sun -
spring swallowed

a crisp sheet of cloud
slips over the sun -
spring forestalled

a song of daybreak
"birdie, birdie, birdie" -
spring surrendered

no whisper of sleds
nor scraping of shovels
the snow simply rained

cold moon



cold moon

on the swing still swinging

a child’s shoe



hladan mjesec

na ljuljački se još ljulja

dječja cipelica

Diana Teneva



Honorable mention in  
DIOGEN INTERNATIONAL WINTER HAIKU COMPETITION 
FOR HAIKU, SENRYU AND TANKA – 2012
A leaf
boldly floats downstream
unaware of
the guided current
beneath 
Trees sway together;

Wind roars around snowed mountain;

Hens cluck nervously.

..bored

let me amuse myself
by counting snowflakes
by the window
a curious neighbor spies
by my door and it's boring
~~
..circa 2009..(C)2013 Spiros Zafiris
..channeled; spirit Harmony
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From the deep
emerging green
melting ice