Minnesota Winter Crows
[A Minnesota Poem] in Haiku form
The long, prolonged tide of winterPost ads:
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Creeps, slow animal disease back
From where on earth it came from
It had busted in a circle us, thisPost ads:
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This Merry spell-died
It has not, not yet...
But raised its gray, black clouds-
It most positively has!
Less sweet...yes, perhaps;
Then comes primordial spring: crows
In their bleak, black-flight
Notes: present is a four text Haiku, on the finish of time of year in Minnesota, in 2007. Minnesota is certain for its winters active out like a lion, and so it has evidenced so in the calendar month of March, of 2007, when this verse was inscribed. It would appear winter would simply stop, and season would come in, but it never happens that way. Even the crows have a period of time of clip to adapt to the new season, for the season has helped them spring lean and lean, and has helped the humanity in Minnesota to change fat, because they catch some z's in the flat slightly. Then in spring the crows vegetate fat, and the human race start burgeoning lean, they get out of the seat as before long as possible-and past location is no end to their comings and goings.
Commentary on Winter Storms: Winter storms are simply a cog of the culture, a information of life, or so it would seem to be in Minnesota; I was foaled there, in St. Paul, and have witnessed lots of them. Severe wintertime storms go put a bet on as far as weather reporting goes, to perhaps, Nov 10, 1835, when a sober current of air caused 19shipwrecks on Great Lakes, 254 sailor's died´. And next on Nov 8, 1870 the early wintertime hurricane admonition was issued by the U.S. Army Signal Corps. On March 14-15, 1941 dread snowfall in western counties, 85-mph winds at Grand Forks, 75 mph winds at Duluth. In 1996, we had three blizzards, and in 1997, we had five blizzards. The whole seasonal precipitation fall, is involving 90 and 120 inches.