A Haiku Each Day

Sixty-two hundred and five Syllables a year.

Windy Day

Willows blown sideways
Like kelp in a strong current
Wind is air’s riptide.

(The first haiku I wrote since being assigned one in grade school; it doesn’t have an immediately obvious kigo but the wind bending trees in half has to be the early-winter kogarashi.)


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  Ronald Wohl wrote @

not into windy winter days in Florida (thank goodness) but the riptide can ruin your whole day just feeling the winds as I contemplate this experience…

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