History frozen in a time capsule -
The revered ancient scriptures.
Sleet on town cobblestones.
Please see my blog, "The Shambles, York", dd 02/16/13, for details regarding this Kimo. Thank you. ~ Su
For instructions as to how to approach the writing of a Kimo, please click on this link: http://www.examiner.com/article/writing-a-single-kimo-poem
Please note that the one thing that sets Kimo apart from haiku or senryu (besides the syllable count) is the fact that it is usually one frozen scene without any motion in it. Capital letters are fine (per the mentioned link).