Tag Archives: Haiku

Post Election Haiku – Working Title: Get Over It Already

The sun rose again,
odds are it will tomorrow.
Our lives have not changed.

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Fall/Election Haiku

The leaves swirl and prance,

moved by the force of the wind;

no will of their own.

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Morning

There was a moment
when colors graced the morning,
before clouds converged.

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Morning Haiku

The rain is so light
It is like snowflakes falling,
dancing on sunlight.

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Soft kiss on my lips,
a wisp of her scent wafts by…
merely a daydream.

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February 6, 2016 · 7:56 pm

Random Haiku-ish Words

The cows are all down,
clouds stretch to each horizon;
Not the day I planned.

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Random Haiku

Fog, thick on the lake,
small ripples hidden beneath.
A day to reveal.

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Waiting

Life’s longest moments,
are filled with a lack of news.
Waiting room boredom.

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Futile

Treasure collected
throughout life, stored in a niche,
found there after death.

used to be dad's

Haiku written for Sunday Scribblings and One Single Impression

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Summer Haiku

I have mostly ignored haiku since the February challenge, but feel the burnout is over and it might be time to venture back into the form. Something light and simple to start for Sensational Haiku Wednesday.

Glass of iced tea

Fans stir lazy air
ice cubes promise refreshment
cure for summer heat

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