A Haiku Passage On Groundhog’s Day

Happy Groundhog Day!  Combine Milkwood writing group’s poem of the day into a celebration for today.  Good news!  Spring is predicted to arrive early!

Milkwood Poem of the Day

POD 1 – Haiku 5-75

A Haiku Passage On Groundhog's Day
by Michael Romani

Ground Hog Day passes
Without a shadow growing
Spring will come early

No need for fireworks
This man is happy enough
Knowing this plain truth

Lightning crashes softly
There in the distance it's seen
But then so do I

Like nature's fireworks
There in that noontime dark sky
The world keeps spinning

Truth known so do I
In this passing of the days
Spring  is needed here

(c) February 2, 2019   Michael Romani
All Rights Reserved

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