A writer inspired by nature and human nature

Winter Haiku 2014Nature’s beauty is inspirational, no matter the region or the season. Winter 2013-2014 (as of January 8, 2014) has been extremely cold  in Maine and around most of the USA as well. Here in Central Maine, we’ve already had more than two feet of snow, several inches of ice and even some freezing rain on days when the air temperature rose above the freezing point and the rain froze as it hit the ground.  Nature’s winter wonderland beauty is breathtaking; and, the work it requires is breath-taking, too if you want to leave the homestead… HAPPY WINTER! Stay safe and warm. — Bette A. Stevens, MAINE Author/Illustrator

Comments on: "Winter Haiku by Bette A. Stevens" (9)

  1. nutsfortreasure said:

    Wonderful work!
    Enjoy your weekend Bette HUGS
    all icy down here so walk safely


    • Thanks for stopping by and for your thoughtful comment. We’ve been in all day… nothing but freezing rain and ice everywhere. YIKES! Spring can’t come soon enough. You stay safe and warm. ((((( HUGS )))))


      • nutsfortreasure said:

        Stay safe the sun has risen and the yard here also has ice for us to deal with 🙂 Have a great week!


  2. You captured it. Stay warm!


  3. Love this! 😊


  4. I love Maine. If it weren’t quite so cold, I’d happily live there. Right now, it’s incredibly cold here too, but you are EVEN COLDER and that is too cold for me!


  5. Fantastic, Robin. Post it on your blog/page etc. and email me the link. I’d love to share it. STAY WARM! 🙂


  6. An eye for an eye
    Hit me with a Haiku poem
    Now I’ll hit you back.

    Nature’s freezer door
    Someone forgot to close it.
    Three months to shut it.


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