Tag Archives: haiku

The Great Conjunction Haiku

Summer trianglepoints to the great conjunctionat winter’s solstice

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November 18 Haiku

New moon smiles in the westHer majesty escorted by two giantsAll around the world poets swoon   At twilight tonight and tomorrow, check out the western sky and you’ll see the crescent moon with two bright stars, which are the … Continue reading

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Stair Step Haiku

climbing is tiresomebut the effort requiredis so worth the view

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Danger Haiku

We’re just like childrenfighting over the last slice of piein a house on fire.

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Storm Haiku

I was struck by lightningscorch marks on my lipsfrom your kiss

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November Molting

May we break free from this ugly shell a better country (from this week’s Living Poetry Prompt)

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Melodions

We’re all just particles of music vibrating alone in the cosmos searching for harmony     (Image by Mandy Myers)

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Haiku: A bad apple spoils the bunch

A bad apple spoils the bunch Some proverbs ring true Claiming there are just a few bad apples Confirms the bunch is rotten

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Purple Aurora

Let’s try an ekphrastic poem today.   Purple Aurora Northern lights erupt like a baleful purple flame our planet on fire  

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Online Dating Haiku

Mining for true gold in online personal ads all I find — pyrite (from the Monday Living Poetry Prompt)

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