It is pouring rain here, and having just come in out of it, here is a simple hokku expressive of the day:
A solitary crow
Stalks among the puddles.
Nothing profound there, just a wet happening on a wet day.
For those of you learning hokku, it is a standard hokku in form, meaning it has a setting, a subject and an action. Here is how it works:
Cold rain; (setting)
A solitary crow (subject)
Stalks about the puddles. (action)