If indeed a picture is worth a thousand words, why should I write anything about this road not taken in winter?
But, on the other hand, being a writer, I can hardly resist the opportunity to pen a bit of haiku.
snow-covered lane through the woods
to--I wonder where.
Now it's your turn, gentle reader. With the above photo (by R. Ford) as inspiration, write a haiku in the "Comments" section. Pen as many poems as you wish, but please use a new comment for each.
Just to remind you, haiku is a Japanese form consisting of three lines with a syllable count of 5-7-5. The subject usually is some aspect of nature captured in fleeting moment. In this case, I've provided the photo.