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Haiku Poems

Poetry
by Ashmi Sheth

If your eyes have enough compassion to see,

Every other eye sings poetry . . .



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The Seasons Haiku
by Michael Henry

 

The Seasons Haiku

 

Spring

Green buds on beach trees

Bluebells carpet forest floor

Newborn baby cries

 

Summer

Sleepy afternoon

Fly humming at window pane

Cornstalks bent with gold

 

Autumn

Ghostly morning mist

Blue smoke curling heavenwards

Incense



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Haiku
by Amy Lawson

3 lines a Haiku.
Seventeen syllabels tell,
A lifetime of words.

But the modern day is contemporary,
Lives are captured in the words.
Far from the



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Cold Coffee
by Mian Macli-ing

A cup of cold coffee

tastes like sunset I wish it stayed,

as warm as your embrace.



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Kisses in the wind:
by Ivan Katono

Polar white,

Hues of green.

Nobler so,

A rush,

Kisses in the wind.



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Music of the wild:
by Ivan Katono

A gale

A grasshopper

A cricket 

And

A termite

Sing the music

That lingers in the wild.



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The Whale
by Terry Shuff

Basho Japanese Haiku form

snow on mountain

reflect on water

whale breaches



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Full Moon
by Terry Shuff

                                                 



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SCATTERED SNOWFLAKES
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

midnight lamp

under flannel sheets

reading recipes

 

 

two blue jays

outside our window

pancakes for breakfast

 

 

flour and sugar

for christmas cookie batches

first snow yet to come

 

 

sunday night

Ed Sullivan show

in our pj's

 

 

sunday



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SCATTERED PIECES OF MY HEART
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

Kamouraska

winter harshness

romance under furs

 

 

Mount Orford brings

Mempremagog to its knees

my muse is amused

 

 

each cloud drifts by

white on blue

the ant is focused

 

 

Niagara's roar

rise of double rainbows

honeymooners smile

 

 

rain



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SCATTERED FALL THOUGHTS
by Line Monique Gauthier

 

early supper

grillcheese and tomato soup

judo class tonight

 

 

night sky

aurora borealis

mom makes sandwiches

 

 

majestoic white pines

showing their age

chipmunks chatter

 

 

autumn chill

leaves changing colours

adding leek to soup

 

 

rainboots

mud tracks in the



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