What a year it has been for Poetry Fridays. I love our community. I am so grateful to our group.
I am away visiting family. I really am looking for what 2020 brings for poetry.
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Love the warrior pose metaphor, Jone. Happy New Year!
Nailed it! Thanks for leading the way with December haiku this month, Jone.
I agree–this is an amazing group! And I also agree with the other commenters–warrior pose captures the mood of the trees perfectly!
Another vote for “warrior pose” and a confession that I don’t practice yoga, and I don’t really know what “warrior pose” means, but I get the idea from your poem. So, that’s a win for you as the poet, right? Nice job with the haiku this month!
“warrior pose” I think we’ll have to follow these “skeletal branches” and be brave warriors in the coming new year. Thanks for your strong and succinct haiku Jone–and have a Happy New Year!
Love the use of warrior pose.
Warrior, indeed. And I always wonder how they survive the winter elements. Cheers!
My yoga teacher talks asks us to be strong warriors when in the pose. Your poem reminds me of that. Winter allows the trees to stand tall and face life. Have a wonderful holiday, Jone.
I’ve fallen off the haiku train…but am still enjoying yours and others’!
I’m clinging on with one hand at this point, LOL! 4 more days!
I’ve been late many days.
Hope you’re having fun with family! I like “in warrior pose.”
Warrior pose! love
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