Sunday, September 16, 2012

True Blue Haiku: Hailstones.

Dainty Hailstones drip
Shimmering like diamonds
Across the azure.

(c) 2012 Windsmoke.

11 comments:

River said...

"Shimmering like diamonds".
I remember looking out at my lawn after a hailstorm several years ago, It certainly did sparkle!

Ygraine said...

More precious than any mined stone!
Isn't nature wonderful? :)

Beach Bum said...

Very well done!

One hail storm back in the late 90's in my area lasted twenty minutes and covered the ground like a snow.

It was definitely a freak storm but since I believe in Man-made climate change we will have more.

Windsmoke. said...

G' Day RIVER & YGRAINE: Mother nature certainly is full of surprises.

G' Day BEACH BUM: We had a hail storm late last year which actually sandblasted the driveway clean.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Lovely words Windsmoke, dainty hailstones are beautiful, unfortunately we do everything BIG in WA and they're more like 'golfballs' not so jewel like haha!

The Elephant's Child said...

We haven't had hail here in a number of years. I can remember one in country NSW which shattered windscreens and windows. Nothing dainty about it at all. Just the same I also remember storms like the one you described. Thanks for the reminder.

Lynn Proctor said...

very cool!!

Pearl said...

Those shimmering diamonds made the hood of my car look like a golf ball!

:-)

Pearl

Windsmoke. said...

G' Day GRACE & THE ELEPHANTS CHILD: Yep, they can really be whoppers sometimes.

G' Day LYNN: I'm glad you thought so.

G' Day PEARL: Hailstones certainly can do some damage to the modern day car because the metal body is so thin not like the cars of 40 - 50 years ago.

Annmarie Pipa said...

and always something that calls us to view

Windsmoke. said...

G' Day ANNMARIE: Absolutely.