Saturday, December 26, 2009

Christmas in Pullman haiku

christmas eve
pine trees losing snow

Winter seems to come early in Pullman, Washington. My friend Liana Munir wrote that grasses were covered by ice weeks before winter. And when it comes, the street was deep under tons of snow. But, "It's an obvious impact of climate change," Lia says, pointing finger at the rising temperature in Pullman that drives away the snow. It melts very quickly, and people put off their fury coat, changed them into sweater and lighter clothing.

This is a haiku for Liana Munir.

Wedomartani, December 26, 2009

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