Ice crackles and pops
‘neath the tires of the car.
Nature’s bubble wrap.
By the way, by putting ‘neath instead of ‘beneath’ you stopped it being a traditional haiku. Was that intentional to show that haiku who’s boss, Linda? (!)
actually, counting tires as two syllables, makes 7 in all… I guess Haiku is boss after all!
Ah, fair enough. I was counting tires as 1 syllable.
Ha, good image. More like vacuum seal over here in the valley though 🙂
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