A Haiku is an unrhymed poem of three lines containing 5, 7, and 5 syllables respectively, typically epigrammatic or suggestive, referring in some way to nature or the seasons of the year. Simplicity - wrapped around a deeper meaning.
In the wee small hours Pastel harbinger of change Message in the clouds.
Cold blades of winter Clouds of icy breath exhaled Life will persevere.
Gloaming crimson sky Hunker down and burrow deep Spring has heard your call.