Storms Haiku

Snowbird huddles, the
leaf over-head forms a
rainy waterfall.




Words last; forked tongues strike
at tender wounds with fury -
After comes the rains.




Leaves cling tightly to
branches lashed by pouring rain;
hoping for a calm.




Jagged streak slices
cloud from earth, land from ocean,
as the storm rolls in.

December 1991

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