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OG Jean Bredin.



Dark cumulus clouds

threaten in the winter sky –

the high tide rolls in



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Today sun
tomorrow rain and so on —
let the heart soar



JULIE RAFFERTY.   from The Fantasticks


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Chester, New Jersey. Paul Goldfinger ©.



Morning shrubs bending

in December wind—-

the full moon sets




Leonard Cohen  “Winter Lady.”

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Cold enough for ya? Paul Goldfinger photo. © Flushing, NY.


Haiku by George Held:


May 13th

and winter cold persists –

the heat’s even on


Anita O’Day:




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Central Park c. 1972.  Paul Goldfinger © 


haiku by George Held.


Winter lingers—–

fingers of spring still wearing

woolen gloves





This haiku was originally published at Haikuniverse.com ©  2019

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Paul Goldfinger ©


Early dusk,

bleak sky, a few snowflakes—-

the winter solstice




Marian McPartland

“Blackberry Winter”

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Ocean Grove, NJ. Paul Goldfinger © A spring cliche, but….


Spring sprouts cliches—-

haikuists must dig

deeper furrows


By George Held, from the current issue of The Aurorean.

Special to Blogfinger


REGINA CARTER     “Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most.”



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Central Park. Paul Goldfinger © Undated. Click to enlarge.


Winter Haiku

By George Held

The winter sky
resumes at 6 a.m.–
black boughs on gray slate

January cold wave–
even the paving stones
are shivering

Winter’s yield
is icy cold and snow–
no birdsong till spring



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