Friday, January 07, 2011

Friday Snow Poetry


snow falling
outside library windows;
pages turning

-Andromeda Jazmon

May you have gentle flakes falling, a warm spot to watch it all, and no place pressing to go for awhile. The Friday Poetry round up is hosted by Irene at Live.Love.Explore! Enjoy!!


Tabatha said...

making Friday rounds
and finding treats scattered
in the ether

Love your haiku, Andi!

Scriptor Senex said...

A beautiful scene if, as you say, there is nowhere pressing to go.

Have a Good New Year.

(The word verification is 'mensabi' - sounds like a term of respedct for someone!)

Have a Good New Year.

Elaine Magliaro said...

Lovely photograph and poem. I love the quiet of snow falling.

Happy New Year!

susanwrites said...

The best way to enjoy the snow, inside looking out!

Terry Doherty said...

Just beautiful on all counts, Andi.

We have the feel of snow and those beautiful mixed-grey skies, but alas not a flake to be seen!

Happy Friday!

Diane Mayr said...

Great haiku, my friend! Stay warm.

jama said...

What a beautiful poem. So serene, so reassuring. I could hear the pages turning!

Mary Lee said...

Perfect combination -- snow falling and pages turning! Add a cup of tea and a cat curled at my feet, and it's perfection!

Andromeda Jazmon said...

Thank you for all these kind comments my friends! We have more flakes falling this morning and I am glad to be home & indoors!

B.C. said...

Wonderful combination of two things I love: reading and falling snow. Thanks!