Home > Men and Spirituality, Poems > MONDAY’S POEMS: Spring Snow


We have moved into Spring; and yet the report for tomorrow is for a mix: rain, snow, even here in Maryland. I wrote these haiku in Colorado a few years ago; they still apply here in the East.

Spring snow, white beauty;
It falls in clumps piling fast.
It is wet, heavy.

Spring snow, heavy, wet,
Blankets the ground today –
Green grass tomorrow!

©2014 Richard W. Bredeson. All rights reserved.

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