Haiku

Welcome to a page for Haiku, a form of Japanese poetry comprising 3 lines with 5, 7, 5 syllables respectively. Some relate to nature in general, others to human nature.

Fickle Winds

Fickle winds of fate

Blowing us like tumbleweed

Along life’s highways

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Sitting on the Moon

I sit on the moon

Just to hear the tune she sings

Silver lullaby

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Thunder Clouds

Thunder clouds gather

Along their shared horizon

Threatening their dreams

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Chaos? Breathe

Chaos reigns these days

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Relax, breathe again

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Terrified Deer

Terrified deer eyes
Pleading with me for some help
Rampaging dog barks

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Omit

Omitting the yeast

From breadmaker recipe

Minor disaster

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Unfound

She would dearly love

Something she has yet to find

A toolkit for life

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