Sick of the cold?
That's right, let it all out. And how better to express your frustration (and maybe encourage some sun) than a warm-weather haiku to help melt away those below-freezing blues?
Most of us learned how to write haikus in elementary school, but here's a crash course if you were absent for that lesson. A haiku contains three lines, 17 syllables total. The first line contains five syllables, the second has 7 and the third has five. That's 5-7-5. Got it? Haikus generally include a seasonal reference. That shouldn't be hard for Bostonians who have been trudging through snow and slush for months.
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