sub-zero

even the snow

slows down


7 Responses

  1. Ellen Grace Olinger Says:

    winter rain I begin to worry about the roads

  2. Marie Shimane Says:

    from night trees
    moments of snow flake
    in the rising sun

  3. Alan Summers Says:

    Insightful and humourous.

    snow flurry
    a child thrusts his anorak
    into it

    Alan Summers
    Publications credits: Simply Haiku vol. 1 no. 3 (2003)

  4. larry wilmarth Says:

    yes ann very insightful…well done

    below zero
    a scent of brandy
    in the tow truck

  5. martin1223 Says:

    under the frozen spittle sunlight

  6. seaviewwarrenpoint Says:

    Yes, it gets to a point where it is hypnotic. Lovely.

  7. Carmella B. Compton Says:

    We’ve published the last poem from issue 12.1 of tinywords and are now open for submissions for our next issue. tinywords 13.1 will again be an open issue, without a particular theme. Please send your best, preferably unpublished work. We’re looking for haiku, tanka and other tiny poems, brief tanka prose and brief haibun. From traditional to cutting edge. Quality is the common denominator. So touch us, startle us, make us see the world anew. We’re also interested in haiga and other art that combines very short poems with art. Be creative. That’s what we’re here for.

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