morning walk
red calypso sky
storm warning

BACKSTORY:  The sky was an incredible red this morning. Cold, crisp, in the teens.  I couldn’t help but think of the old sailor’s saying “Red sky at morning, sailors take warning.”

We are expecting another round of ice/snow/sleet tomorrow.  We will see.

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7 Responses to 01/06/2017

  1. Red calypso….I just want to see that even if it IS a warning. A lovely haiku. Happy New Year!

  2. carwilc says:

    Like several others, I love the “red calypso sky.” Hope you have a great book waiting! (I’m having trouble getting started with regular reading again, now that we are done with the CYBILS books)!

  3. Batten down the hatches! What a great atmosphere you’ve created.

  4. cvarsalona says:

    I agree with Tara that the red calypso sky is a stunning set of words. Stay warm, Jone.

  5. lindabaie says:

    I’ve been on sailing trips several times and we asked about that old saying. Those sailing experts claimed truth, that they did pay attention to the sky always. I too love that “calynpso sky”!

  6. Beautiful! I hope the weather isn’t too bad.

  7. Tara Smith says:

    Ooh – red calypso sky! I can just picture that!

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