Jan 27, 2008

swirls in the wind
swarm of snowflake midges
cold stings to the face
vėjo draikoma
marška sniego mašalų
į skruostus gelia

16 comments:

floots said...

love that snowflake midges image
thank you

qualcosa di bello said...

is it snowing where you are? your snow haiku is so vivid that i imagine i am in the middle of the swirling.

i also enjoying the opportunity to read in your native(?) language...even though i don't understand it.

polona said...

yikes, i can feel this one!
reminds me of an experience i once had... got stuck in snowdrifts for 20 hours or so...

samrina said...

Very well said..

God bless you!

Annie Wicking and Loman Austen said...

Beautiful!

Best wishes
Annie

PATRICIJA said...

"swarm of snowflake midges" ....I like it

Masago said...

Oy, old man winter...

Bill said...

We haven't really felt the sting around here yet, but thanks for reminding me.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

very, very cold!

Maithri said...

Love these sensual words. They paint pictures in all my senses.

Peace and light, M

Tikkis said...

a swirling wind
skyjacked
the snowflakes!

Inside our hands, outside our hearts said...

Seems we both have snowflakes on our minds. I love this and the image it offers me. thank you.

Soft love,
T

Ričardas said...

thanks to all for visiting and I'm glad you liked your visit.
qualcosa di bello, yes it is snowing here, or rather was snowing. And no wonder you can't understand Lithuanian, I would be more surprised if you did.
polona, thanks god you are out of those snowdrifts and safe to write haiku about it :)
masago, don't worry, spring will come although I can't promise you'll get younger :)
Tara, it's not only in my mind, it's on my nose too :)

haiku-shelf said...

"swarm of snowflake midges", that`s so vivid, i like this expression

best wishes,
Angelika

Inside our hands, outside our hearts said...

smiles

WorkingWords100 said...

Insects still bothering in the winter?
Don't they take a vacation?

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