Cold Hill (Photo credit: Fred Jackson)
Bracing cold winds blow
Sun hides, peeking out shyly
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May as well embrace it. Great haiku, LouAnn!
we have no choice do we? ha ha
You hit the nail on the head with this one — it is that transitional chill to winter that is such a bracing cold (even though in a month or two we would welcome cold as warm as this!)
we have to acclimate I guess–just got back from my morning walk and my cheeks are cold
I’m having a hard time embracing this weather. I wish it were summer. :(
it will be again–hard to imagine right now though
Your poem fits today perfectly, the sun is definitely shy, in fact I’d say a bit of a hermit lately.
it is shining here this morning–gives you a lift
It has turned suddenly very cold here too, truly Novemberish now. :)
Better to embrace it – it keeps one warmer..
OK, embracing it with you. (It’s easier to embrace when you’re cuddled beneath a blanket in the house and the white is outside.)
our white went away for a while– but it is still cold
I’ll embrace it with a down comforter… LOL
Baaaah. Do I have embrace this blasted month? Perfect haiku
no–you have my permission to reject it!
I swear it feels like January already.
which is not a good thing–I have been racing the clock trying to get things done outside–and I am not an outside girl–though I feel stronger already–me, woman, hear me cry
I guess you have no choice but to don your woolly hat and scarf, and embrace it, cold and all. :)
This is AD, popping in from my new blog.
and walk faster on my morning walks!
Well, that too. Get your heartbeat up. :)
I guess that works too–I have even more motivation now
no choice–though at least I like scarves but hats mess up my hair–ha ha
I’d also rather freeze than have messy hair. :)
we are two peas in a pod!
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