|Mendenhall Ice Caves, Juneau, Alaska (photobucket)|
tears tunnel unseen a frozen trail - beware spring's sudden thaw.
by Margaret Bednar, October 18, 2013
My attempt at a Japanese haiku. It usually consists of 17 sounds - it can vary. It should be able to be expressed in one breath (which often means English haiku can be 10-14 syllables. Japanese haiku are commonly written in one line and should "leap" or have an "internal comparison". Traditional versions capture a fleeting natural image.
I found this link to be helpful: HERE
This is for the challenge over at the "Imaginary Garden with Real Toads - Transforming Fridays with Hannah - Haunted and Hungry"