Haiku Heights Prompt: Snow

pieces of sky fall
sifted confectioner sweet–
we stick out our tongues

About Susan L Daniels

I am a firm believer that politics are personal, that faith is expressed through action, and that life is something that must be loved and lived authentically--or why bother with any of it?
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31 Responses to Haiku Heights Prompt: Snow

  1. That is so lovely! The best part of being a child is trying to taste the sky 🙂

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  3. Green Speck says:

    Wow … this snowfall is a treat for the soul !!!

  4. Look For A Lovely Thing says:

    aww, this is cute. Lovely haiku moment.

  5. 4joy says:

    a lovely reminder of how our inner child still sticks out his tongue for snow landings…..

  6. Poet Laundry says:

    Lovely image this brings to mind! Snow is like sugar from the sky!

  7. unfetteredbs says:

    aah the essence of innocence and youth nicely captured

  8. nelle says:

    …melts in your mouth *and* on your hands.

  9. I had visions of icing sugar falling from the sky. I liked 🙂

  10. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    I enjoyed eating snow when I was a child. Today, though, I’m not sure what’s in the stuff!

    One Flake


  12. ND Mitchell says:

    Loved it! The image of snow as something sweet is so apt.

  13. prema says:

    oh susan, i loved this one. although i dont imagine snow to be sweet but it sure conjures up pics of popsicles and ice cream. lovely, once again.

  14. Reshma says:

    wonderful verse… I have always wanted to taste snow…yet to feel it even

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