Haiku is traditionally about the combination of human life,and seasons. It is intended to be so.
Though I find many on the web who post with their only concern keeping
the 5-7-5 syllable rhythm. It's hard to break tradition that was taught so many
years ago by someone who took the art seriously. Now I find it is
difficult to enjoy it, without the season's presence.
It doesn't have to be a bold statement of seasons, but something subtle to relay a mixture of human life, and seasons...
Words weave warm branches-- Contrast between human form nature's breath painted.
Or an emotion captivated in the way a season played into it...