Half-Winter Haiku

An old bear
In hibernation
Drift long time

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One haiku
Remembering all
Branches weep

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Throttle back
This old engine’s gears
Snow falls bright!

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Old ink pot
A drifted day too long
–di-strac-tions

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A white sky
Bare branches sway:
World, pass by

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Parker 45 Deluxe With Chrome Cap and Gold Nib and Trim

Parker blue
Forty-five classic
Scribbles nice

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Milk white sky
Branches reaching bare
Springtime sleeps

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Chocolate
 n      i       g      h      t
s    n   o   w   y
t   h   e
Steaming

Taste stillness

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Sleepy time
Warm woolen blankets
Scraping plow

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Too quiet
Too separated
Departure

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Mist frozen
Smoke snaking through woods
River dark

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On we go
Winter bright with snow
Skidding now

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Still on ice
Apartment quiet
Hunting mind

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So quiet
So peaceful, restored
Curtains close

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Empty head
Quiet mind. Winter.
Color me.

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Moon full bright
Stars dazzling night white
Back to sleep!

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Penmanship
Ink smooth indigo
A go go!

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Quiet night
Absent of close friends —
All but God

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Blue white gray
Drifting powdering
Falling snow

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