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  1. Lovely work as always sir!

    I always enjoy the snow grown on stems and branches in spring. So much so that I return to it again and again in haiku after haiku, but perhaps it’s like you say — each melts into each =)

    I wrote this one earlier today on my walk to work, coincidentally:

    wet snowflakes
    fade to white
    hawthorn flowers

    Seems we had the same snowy images on our minds, and possibly, heads.

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    • I like your haiku very much! Beautiful. Yes minds (of a kind yet to be determined) think alike. :) I’ve been enjoying the cooler days, though I wouldn’t be opposed to a little more sunshine.

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