Snowflakes, A Haiku

Winter snowflakes

from the tropical south

wetly melt within my mouth.

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Frank Atanacio 5 years ago from Shelton

Yes.. very good :)

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phdast7 5 years ago from Atlanta, Georgia

Nice Haiku. Living in the deep south, we so seldom get any snow at all, so I am drawn to snow imagery and poetry. :)

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writer20 5 years ago from Southern Nevada

Good one, now I see your into Haiku.

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Sueswan 5 years ago

Very good.

Even snowflakes need a vacation from the cold.

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carolinemd21 5 years ago from Close to Heaven

Simple and very beautiful.

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Sky9106 5 years ago from A beautiful place on earth.

There we go again , and I was quite happy , that I also saw there are some great people here , to name a few Frank , Caroline. Etc.

This is another nice Haiku , as I told Always Exploring yesterday I started researching different poems and the Haiku seems to be commanding the most attention.

I like your style and you captured it with great simplicity.

I 'll be reading.

Thanks for you great and truthful comment on my comment to dear Caroline. I have come to realize that in these present times , the true essence of great living is all but a fading dream, and it's awfully sad , because the sppeed in which mankind is passing these virtues by, are the very same speed they will be later trying to find it "again" and that is sad.

I call it a race to , nowhere.

I will be writing quite a bit on these topics in the coming year because the need in me is now overwhelming , as I was the destruction of so many even very close ones.

thanks you so much, and give thanks.


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AudreyHowitt 5 years ago from California

So nicely done!!

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Perspycacious 4 years ago from Today's America and The World Beyond Author

Seven great comments, but this is technically not a Haiku (other than that it has 17 syllables and three lines). Nonetheless, mislabeled or not, I am glad it elicits your responses and ten feedbacks!

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