February 15, 2011

5 Winter Haiku by Wynne Huddleston

Tires served on a trailer
like chocolate doughnuts, iced
with powdered sugar.


Sturdy trees shudder
as wind skis between them. Snow
falls from their shoulders.


Rain tiptoes in snow,
leaving footprints; icicles
cry from the fascia.


Sugar-coated pine
needles, holly in thorns, iced
rocks, sun exposes. 


Sun forces Snowman
into his wet grave; he awaits
resurrection.



Wynne Huddleston is a member of the Mississippi Poetry Society and the Mississippi Writers Guild. Her poetry has been, or will be published in Birmingham Arts Journal, Raven Chronicles, Stymie Magazine, Southern Women’s Review, Calliope Nerve, Camroc Press Review, joyful! THEMA, and elsewhere. For more info please see http://wynnehuddleston.wordpress.com/.

3 comments:

  1. Enjoyed all, but #3 in particular!

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  2. Great images (and a few chuckles too!)

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  3. It's so nice to see your work, Wynne! Lovely.

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