Today’s Haiku (December 12, 2016)

白息や砂場に豹のゐてほしき  Y 音絵

shiroiki ya sunaba ni hyô no ite hoshiki

white breath

wishing a leopard

in the sandbox

                                    Otoe Y

from “Shûkan Haiku” (“Haiku Weekly”) #499, 11/23/2016 Issue, http://weekly-haiku.blogspot.com

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3 responses to “Today’s Haiku (December 12, 2016)

  1. white breath?

    Sorry, I don’t get it!

    • ‘white breath’ is a winter kigo.
      For an example, when you utter words outside in the winter,
      you will see ‘white breath.’

      • Oh, now I see {white breath.}

        You must be referring to winter
        in the cold weather…

        For example, I’m outside now & it’s 81.°
        Wintering in Boca Raton, FL, &
        all I see is sunshine; just fortunate, I guess!

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