Twoku: Hydrangea blossoms / unexpected tumbleweeds / blow in from next door. // 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…
Twoku: Frantic flurrying / Spring unsprung, now uncertain / in Winter’s last blast. – the Haikook
Twoku: Buds, blossoms bedecked / April adorned awfully / in snow, ice crystals. – the Haikook
Twoku: Whether and whither / the weather, continues an / unsolved mystery. – The Haikook
Twoku: Melting, receding / reveals snowy battlefield / left in winter’s wake. – the Haikook
Twoku: Newly falling / falls on and covers / the fallen. Threeku: New snow taunts / it’s falling for me! / No it’s not. – the Haikook
Twoku: Snow-raining / day can’t decide to / chill or warm. — The Haikook
Twoku: Again, white sky sheds / itself in countless fragments / falling down to earth.
Twoku: First snowflakes of Fall / falling along with raindrops / felling the last leaves.