December 30, 2011

Haiga 725 Snowman haiku 11

Haiku by Dorothee Lang (Germany). Artwork by myself.
From olden days in Japan, children were called "Kaze no ko", meaning children of wind. No matter how cold and windy outside, they go out and play, often with snow. Dogs follow the children. Older folks and cats, however, are the ones who stay warm indoor.

No snow fall yet in my area hence no snowman, except on my blog.

1 comment:

Dorothee Lang said...

this turned out so wonderful. thanks for picking up the lines. it's such a joy, to see this snowman series grow each day, especially as the snow here is now gone.