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Too Cold!



Jack's frozen fingers,
will they lose their winter's grip?
Sun, please melt his heart!

There are no bunnies hopping around here today, 
they are all down their rabbit holes, too cold to surface.
The weather man says April's going to be cold too.
Good thing there's plenty of warmth round at Haiku-ing Hearts!

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Comments

Annie said…
Hi Sue. Icy! The groundhogs must have ducked back into their holes when they checked out Spring's potential. Naturally, the bunnies followed suit.
Cat said…
hi Sue...the sun is shining here
not trying to rub it in or anything ; )
hope the warmth comes soon

love and light
rebecca said…
this photograph says it all. no hand holding and snuggling up to this Jack.

i have seen quail, finch, rabbits, coyotes and havelina all enjoying the
warming air. hold my hand, i will take you there!
xoxoxoxo
your photograph speaks well and enhances your divine haiku ~ beautiful ^_^
gma said…
Warm wishes to you literally and sunshine to warm Jacks cold heart and hands.
Stephanie said…
I am in LOVE with your photography Sue! Jack Frost is making another visit to us this evening...was filled with joy this weekend in the warm and beautiful weather even though I know it is short lived.

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