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.

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.

Haiku

The Mosquito

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

Haiku

Bumblebee

buzzing all around — she dances on the flowers gathering pollen

Haiku

The Yellow Bee

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

Haiku

The Dancing Bee

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

Haiku

Victorian Blue

victorian blue – embraces the suns brilliance upon a spring day

Haiku

Gems

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

Haiku

Twisted Limb

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

Haiku

Becoming Fragile

becoming fragile – under the clear summers sky the flower withers

Foxtails
Haiku

Foxtails

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

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