A Haiku Each Day

Sixty-two hundred and five Syllables a year.

Indian Corn II

First November frost
Abruptly coated kernels
Wielding shields of ice.

For Three Word Wednesday
abrupt, kernel, wield



  ThomG wrote @

Love the imagery here.

  Linda Jacobs wrote @

I never thought of frost as a shield of ice. I like that! And I like the alliteration in the first two lines and the rhyme in the last!

  helikal wrote @

Your personification is always stunning!

  Ramesh Sood wrote @

This time couldn’t write a haiku..inspiring this.. may try..thanks..

  ms pie wrote @

a beautiful ku, tho the corn is lost… bird on a wire

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