Hats Off To Winter ( a Haiku)

Windy Winter's day...
Windy Winter's day...
Hold on to hats...
Hold on to hats...
No day for flying...
No day for flying...
I should have stayed in my bed...
I should have stayed in my bed...
Where's my hideaway...
Where's my hideaway...


Hats off to Winter,

A most windy time of year.

My hat went missing.


Errant breeze, insists,

Did so catch me unawares.

Twenty bucks, kissing.


Ice on sidewalks spread,

Makes me want to stay in bed.

Bruised bottom, nursing.


Money flies away,

At the picture show, one day,

No reimbursing.


Hats off to Winter,

On the bench, found a splinter.

Me, almost, cursing.


Bus just passed me by,

Away, my rider did fly,

My day, rehearsing.





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Ericdierker 12 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

I like it. thank you for sharing it with us.


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bravewarrior 12 months ago from Central Florida

I love the lighter side of yourself you display here, whonu. Fun poem!


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whonunuwho 12 months ago from United States Author

Thanks my friend and blessings. whonu


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MsDora 12 months ago from The Caribbean

Whonu, you're so good at Haiku poetry. This is enjoyable.


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whonunuwho 12 months ago from United States Author

Thanks MsDora and blessings to you and family on this December eve. whonu


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aviannovice 11 months ago from Stillwater, OK

These things happen...enjoy your winer...


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whonunuwho 11 months ago from United States Author

Thanks my friend. whonu

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