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Haiku Friday – Where’s Spring?

Posted by adamswife on March 27, 2008

White ground
Cold and Wet
Where’s Spring?
 
More snow
Expected
Tonight.
 
Warmer
Tomorrow,
We’ll see.
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11 Responses to “Haiku Friday – Where’s Spring?”

  1. wright said

    Hope you get some warmer temps this weekend. Happy Friday!

  2. Zazzy said

    Pretty haiku -sad, sad tale! I hope it’s warm and sunny there soon.

    **It was warm and sunny earlier this week. High temperature reached 50 degrees. I suppose it will get there again.

  3. hope you don’t get snow after all.

  4. Jientje said

    Our snow did not last very long, but the rain does!

  5. here’s to spring making it’s way in!! winter sure can drag on and on and on…

  6. Toni said

    Well said! Spring hurry up!

  7. Blech. I’m sorry. I know you and so many others are just ready for spring to spring fully.

  8. I hope
    everything
    warms up!
    Hugs and blessings,

    **I love it! A haiku reply. If it doesn’t warm up soon, I’m coming to your house for an extended visit. ;D

  9. Here’s wishing you Spring very soon! 🙂

  10. vixensden said

    My mom uncovered her patio furniture last weekend. She said it was 30.1 degrees and that makes it spring.

    **I’ve always felt that Spring had arrived when we got two days in a row of temperatures reaching 50 degrees. 30.1 seems just a bit chilly to me.

  11. anglophilefootballfanatic said

    Oh, that is so not fair. You’re always welcome to head down south. It’s fairly nice here today.

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