Haiku to Weather this Winter

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Tylyn Johnson, Chief Editor

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Today’s article will be about slowing down a little. The year of 2017 saw a great many events taking place throughout the world. From political scandals to massive acts of violence and celebrity intrigue, most would agree that everyone needs a little break from the world. So here are a number of haiku that were written by this school year’s seniors last winter. These were inspired by lovely images of winter, from lush landscapes to simple scenes. Here’s to a better year in 2018.

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Donna Johnson

Told him I loved him

He would never believe me

You’ll find him in snow

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Blood red fruit hanging

Always understood by none  

Poisonous to all

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Small bunnies shiver

But none know how to climb trees

Winter hunger kills

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The arctic snow clings

Nostalgic within my heart

Now stained with bright red

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Birds sing in Winter

One flies away toward the fruit

One loses his song

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Marysa Pike

The snow is falling

The little kitten is cold

Snow fluffs in its fur

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They threw it at me

Frozen ball made of soft ice

My face scrunches up

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Little fuzzy cat

The soft snow is attacking

Run away from it

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With winter coming

The warmth of an animal

Is stronger than fire

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Hey little baby

Isn’t your nose turning pink?

Want to come with me?

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Alexandra Stanarevic

White snow falling now

Baby deer trying to live

Girl afar alone

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She walks on the street

Deer wants to follow her but

She seeks darkness now

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The night is coming

They are both alone in snow

It is cold and dull

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Baby deer on street

Wants his mother to come back

But she disagrees

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I am all alone

No one to be by my side

Dark forest is home