April 3rd 2017

····but not returning—footprints in an April’s snow-
Today was in the mid-fifties. The snow was turned into a thick and wet melting. Rivulets were full of water and rills flowed over mud and matted grass. I heard something I hadn’t heard a long while—the voice and laughter of children in a playground after school. That would make a good haiku. I was already thinking up the haiku before I was stopped short. That haiku has already been written:
snow melts
····and the village is flooded
········by children
~ Issa
Bare Tree on Snow (Block Print)
93 April 3rd 2017 | bottlecap

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