Haiku Poem – 吹雪

bushy white
rolling snow abounds
icy bite

(Ben first version)
ほっきょく の ひょうせつ つもる あさ の にわ

(Michiko version)
ちゅう を まう しろい たつまき つもる ゆき

In Iowa, there is so much snow that everywhere looks white. Recently, there have been three blizzards. As a result, almost a half meter of snow has accumulated. It has also become really cold. For example, the temperature now is nine degrees below zero (in Celsius). Due to the snow and the ice, no one wants to go outside.

Collaborative Haiku Poem
– Ben Clark
– Japanese by Ben Clark and Nakamura Michiko
– Photo by Ben
Des Moines, Iowa
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