Twoku: Snow-raining / day can’t decide to / chill or warm. — The Haikook
Twoku: Relentless cycle / the commercial holidays’ / year-end procession.
On this bright, chilly day, with belly and heart still full from yesterday’s family gathering, it feels as if autumn just gave way to Winter…with the same suddenness and aggression…
Twoku: No leaf left / behind by bluster / winter winds. Threeku: Naked tree stands cold / remembering leaves who left / awaiting new ones. Fourku: No leaf left /…
Twoku: Day arrives with frost / painted windows, metal, grass / all aged overnight.
Twoku: First snowflakes of Fall / falling along with raindrops / felling the last leaves.
Twoku: Green gardening gloves / ready for hibernation / until Spring’s return.