The Four Seasons (String Haiku)

The Four Seasons



amidst melting snow
flowers bud, days grow longer
foals and cubs are born


air, buzzing with life
bright tapestry of colors
adorns sun-drenched land


haze-covered meadows,
leaves change to orange and red
squirrels collect nuts


snow enfolds hushed fields,
whilst animals hibernate
icicles sparkle


*A String Haiku is a series of Haiku’s that form a unity because of the theme.

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