Archive for December, 2017

Snow- A Haiku

Water molecules

To beautiful ice crystals

Metamorphosis

 

Snow- A Tanka

Fluffy like a cloud

Soft and cold under my feet

Angels sing to me

They float down and touch my skin

Softly my heart beats with them

2017 Albert Moyer, Jr. Photography and Poetry

Houston, Texas rarely receives snow. In fact it has been close to ten years since our last snow. Hurricane Ike hit us hard and the snow came that year. This time we had Hurricane Harvey and we again have snow. Do hurricanes bring snow? One would think based on observation. Since August we have had a monster hurricane, a world series win by the Houston Astros, a drought, and now snow from Big Bend all the way to Beaumont. Things in Texas change quickly and make for interesting history.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monarch Butterflies A Haiku

Black Lava through Orange

White snowflakes along the fringe

Sucking sweet nectar

2017 Albert Moyer, Jr. Poetry and Photography