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Haiku Calendar (January to December in the Southern part of the U.S.A.) snow and more snow falls cold wind and more cold wind blows all branches are bare starving and weak birds a chill grips before sunrise fall from bare branches warm afternoon wind thin morning ice melts on pond a song bird is heard poppies hide in grass drink from early morning showers bees drink from open buds warm ruffles new weeds clover covers budding ground crickets find their song hawk hunts small rabbit green hedges give good cover blood drips on clover sun waves off dark soil flowers grow only in shade bees hive drips sweet wax in shade cow chews cud waits for dark to find water sleeps on top of mound east winds pull cool rain quinces bright hill flowers thirst streams roar then fall quite squirrel hides acorn digs hole at foot of oak tree barks at gray wet sky leaf fall from elm tree vacant bird nest are exposed geese sound over head deer move over trail fawns loose baby spots and jump graze on holly leafs

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