Weather Poems Haiku of the Seasons

The wind swept over the ocean,

    The wind swept over the trees

The wind swept over the chimney tops

    But it never once said 'please.'

 

The rain washed down on the rooftops,

    The rain washed down on the seas

The rain washed streets and pavements,

    But it never once said 'please.'

 

The fog crept over the hilltops,

    And it hugged my hands and my knees.

The fog hid the sun high up in the sky

    But it never once said 'please.'

 

The snow fell over the gardens

     And coated the hedge and the trees.

The snow made everything clean and white - - - -

      But - - - - -  it never once said:  '. . . . . . . '  'please.'

 

 

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