More winter haiku

Last year I wrote a few Winter Haiku and even a few Snow Haiku to accompany photos taken during the winter. This year too, I couldn’t resist taking photos after a night of frost. I really enjoyed it! The beautiful frozen details, the soft colors. And yes, then again they invite me to write a haiku with them. So some more winter haiku!

Winter Haiku Silhouet

You, bare and naked
A black and white photo shoot
Depressing gray day

Winter Haiku Rosehip

A deep Rosehip red
As a delicious cocktail
With ice on the rocks

Winter Haiku frozen rose

Still bravely blooming
Caught a cold in her beauty
So unrelenting

Winter Haiku frozen leaves

Autumn let you go
now it’s time you go along
with cold King Winter

You can also find my Soulflowers on Pinterest.

A Haiku is a form of poetry originating in Japan and consists of 3 lines. The first line contains 5 syllables, the second 7 and the third line 5 again. A Haiku is originally often linked to an experience in nature. In the modern form, this is no longer necessarily the case. I love writing a Haiku. Writing a Haiku doesn’t require much time but it does require creativity. It is playing with words. And once you get into Haiku writing…. It’s almost addictive. Often you are already creating them in your head while you are still on your way 🙂

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