stone keeps itself stone
through our long winter
Implies that it’s the stony, immovable strength that survives adversity! Interesting haiku!
Gemma, thank you!
brilliant. I especially like how you didn’t use the prompt word. Well done!
Oh, thank you. The word did not strike me as very haiku-ish, so I just tried to get its essence.
Far better than my shivering derriere…
😉 Mine is still intact, but I am wishing that particular piece of my anatomy had a little less fortitude 😉
not many can see through the stone….
not always easy, even for stone
That’s true. Sometimes holding together takes more strength than we think.
A cracked stone cannot be sewn together (a Ghanaian proverb) So stone must be stone, even in the long winter. Great haiku, Susan. 🙂
Oh, I like that proverb. Thanks so much for sharing that and your thoughts with me today.
That is ONE brrrrrrrrrriliant haiku – great!
Oh, thanks so much!
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