Snow Day= Art Day


Nothing like a little piece of Peace.

Click here to see more of this digital painting by Jan Kirstein https://fineartamerica.com/featured/ascension-janis-kirstein.html

Snow Day Haiku from the New York Times

/https://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/01/25/haiku-saved-for-a-snowy-day/

As cottony white flakes float downward like confetti (at least in Midtown at 10:09 a.m.), we offer a selection of haiku that you, our dear readers, wrote, inspired by one of the last snowy days.

White snow in the park
Celebrate with comfort food
Resolutions fade

— Ruth


Swirl sideways, up, down
Each with a mind of its own
Peace before chaos

— Robert Fox

Mister and misses
cardinal sit lightly but
still the pines drop snow

— James Moening

More inconvenience
Snow and trash and late for work
At least not bed bugs

— Anwar Ragep


snow falling softly
now white and clean, soon becomes
the slush that we dread

— Ellen

Pale snowflakes fall fast,
As do Bloomberg poll numbers.
Grab a shovel, Mike.

— M. A. Darling

Flurries from the sky
Make me want to call in sick
And curl up in bed.

— Kelsey

snowflakes, large as leaves,
brush these buildings’ steel skins like
butterfly kisses

— hairlessOrphan

on the salted rim
of the hudson’s frozen drink
your brain is the lime

— specialeddie

lovely for a day
in New York it soon turns gray
trash pick-up delay

— Anna

Crunching under foot
Once again I shovel snow
To avoid lawsuit

— Frank Jump

Plows scraping blacktop –
Overkill now can’t undo
December’s failures.

— No. 2

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