Monday Morning #Haiku 51 — Snow Glaze

Snow at First Light

Nightclothes and wellies
Dusting of snow at first light
Birds extra quiet

Author: Sarah Potter Writes

Sarah is a British eccentric who writes offbeat fiction, haiku and tanka poetry. When stuck for words, she sketches or paints instead. She's into nature conservation, sustainability, gardening, dogs, natural health, and reading. Her sociability is something that happens in short bursts with long breathing spaces in between.

18 thoughts on “Monday Morning #Haiku 51 — Snow Glaze”

  1. Love this one, Sarah!
    Wish we only had a “dusting”… It’s bitterly cold here (windchill of -35C) and on top of that it is snowing – not that pretty big-flake kind of snow, the little blowing, pinch your cheeks kind!

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    1. Thanks, Dale 🙂 Brrrr, -35C is freezing, although I remember some of my mother’s friends who used come over to visit from Sweden saying that they felt much colder in England than in their country, as they were used to dry cold rather than our dampness.

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  2. Ahh…I wondered if you would get some snow your way. We’ve not had any, just a heavy frost this morning so it was quite white but not like this. Lovely capture Sarah, I do love snow pics 🙂


      1. I wear a puffer jacket over my dressing gown, or two dressing gowns. Nobody can see me at that time of the morning, other than my dog and she just accepts all my eccentricities as normal. There are often interesting things to photograph at that time of the day, so who cares about fashion?

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    1. Mostly rain for us, too. But that’s because I bought some snow boots! Fortunately, they work well in mud and rain, to prevent one from slipping over. It’s trying to snow today, but without much success.

      I’m glad you loved the image and words, Cybele 🙂

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