Haiku, to be precise - I got a thing called 'Haikubes' for Christmas, where you get 63 cubes with words on, and have to make a haiku out of the top faces when they're thrown.
There are two cubes that can offer a theme for your verse, but I haven't got to that level yet.
Here are my first two efforts:
"No friendly shape;
Life journey over."
Don't ask me...
"Eyes following me -
I quickly mature."
There was nothing to suggest cherry blossom or snow softly falling - I'm told these are essentials in ay good haiku, if only to use up syllables.
Further research is indicated...