...and I know where you are Kathe. Listening from under the comforter or at the window with your steaming all-milk coffee!
Delightful. I always associate children playing in the snow with happiness and laughter. The cold never deters them.
Perfect for Springfield today as it was another snow day from school! My neighborhood darlings shoveled my drive. I have the very best neighborhood kids in the world.
I flicked back a few blogs Kathe. Lovely pieces, Nice and simple. Mind mind craves simplicity and calm.No juggling in your world! Another example of laws gone mad - protectiing us from impossibly unlikely events.
And here I will stayWrapped in my warm terry robeSipping my cocoa.Is it spring yet?
very graceful! lovely mag!
Sweet! Love listening to the laughter of childhood innocence.
The quiet snowy day will be noisy soon enough now the children are out to play:-)
I can 'see' the little darlings filing out the front door ....
A very good haiku. Thank you
Awww, I love this! It makes the picture of the winter dsy feel so warm! :o)
I adore the sound of the local school's children having playtime fun in the snow! I can hear it from my frosty-breath doorstep.
They aren't laughing when they have to help dig.Snow and this house bring contradictory emotions. LOL.I loved your happy place of mind.
I had been looking at that photo and thinking it was a bleak cold scene. Your poem made me see the sun.
Kathew,No one enjoys a winter's day more than children, nor a haiku too, for that matter.rel
What a fun take on this prompt. You know how to make the short and sweet.
A fine snowy day poem! I just wish we had had at least one snowy day in our area this year. Too late? Maybe not, but I won't hold my breath. :)
so few words, so powerful imagery.a neat tale.
A perfect day!
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