February Writing Prompt from Diana Peach

From snowy Maine, a haiku from Bette. Enjoy.

Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author

Pixabay image by Marianne Sopala

So Long Sweet Dreams

Haiku by Bette A. Stevens

Beast of a blizzard

Tromping in to surprise us

Sweet dreams disrupted

“During February and March, I’ll be getting my first poetry collection—MY MAINE, Haiku through the Seasons—ready for publication. I invite you to take a peek at a sampling of haiku from the Winter Tales chapter. I’m looking for a few

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38 thoughts on “February Writing Prompt from Diana Peach

  1. As ever, a gorgeous Haiku from Bette. Thanks for sharing it D. ^__^

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  2. Thanks so much for having me over, Diana. I’ve met some awesome new writerly friends and am enjoying all of their creative gems. ❤ Happy days!

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  3. Vashti Q says:

    Lovely haiku for the prompt. 🙂

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  4. I am always amaze by the talent of being able to write a Haiku.
    This was beautiful.

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  5. Almost Iowa says:

    I’ve trained Scooter to chase groundhogs [them and their miserable predictions]

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  6. Ah, Bette, what a delightful Haiku. That is truly how it feels at times.

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  7. Leave it to Bette…the queen of haikus!

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  8. I love haikus! They’re so deceptively simple looking yet hard to write. Bette did a great job.

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  9. I LOVE this and being a Mainer I can so relate to Bette’s beautiful Haiku.

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