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Bent birches bowing / bearing the brunt beneath / back-breaking burden. // haiku - micropoetry - haikumages

Bent birches bowing / bearing the brunt beneath / back-breaking burden.

Bent birches bowing / bearing the brunt beneath / back-breaking burden. // haiku - micropoetry - haikumages

Variations in a key of “B” alliterations:

Twoku: Bent birches bowing / beneath back-breaking burden / of burgeoning snow.

Threeku: Bent birches bowing / beneath back-breaking burden / bombogenesis.

I had to get the word “bombogenesis” in there somehow. It was quite a weird Nor’easter snowstorm, hovering above freezing by 1 degree, which meant that some surfaces were below freezing by wind chill as a wet, heavy snow fell. Many trees broke off limbs, or fell to the ground under the heavy snow…

As always, the snow covered trees were beautiful, even as they groaned under the weight…

— the Haikook —

This entry was published on 2018/03/08 at 12:04 pm. It’s filed under Haiku, Nature, Weather, Winter, Words+Writing and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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