Haiku

hai·ku noun: haiku; plural noun: haikus; plural noun: haiku
a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five, traditionally evoking images of the natural world.

The Sunset

The setting sun — Summer rays engulf the wall, The flower bathes

Solar Eclipse

The midnight sun — Masquerading as the light, Darkness surrounds us.

The Mosquito

He roams the landscape Searching for his next victim The mosquito strikes.

Bumblebee

buzzing all around — she dances on the flowers gathering pollen

The Yellow Bee

yellow mixed with black — travels at the speed of light the bee carries on

The Dancing Bee

A bed of roses The bee dances upon her Giving life to all

Victorian Blue

victorian blue – embraces the suns brilliance upon a spring day

Gems

the monotone rock glistens as the morning sky from the gems she holds

Twisted Limb

the gray twisted limb – cracks under the scorching sun as the blackbird’s rest

Becoming Fragile

becoming fragile – under the clear summers sky the flower withers

Foxtails

Foxtails

White Foxtails of life Whimsical lines of beauty Pleasing to my eye

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