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Haiku Poems

Poem Details | by Anthony Beck |
Categories: freedom, howl, political,

American't

Home of free and brave
Submissively digs own grave
Tarts ripped-off by Knave


Poem Details | by Peter Rees |
Categories: beach, color, dance,

Colours of Luskentyre

Kaleidoscopic,
Dancing to ancient rhythms 
On a windblown shore.

Poem Details | by Tania Kitchin |
Categories: appreciation, beauty, snow, winter,

After the Snowstorm

fresh snowflakes sparkle
 brightly under the sunrise~
    winter diamonds

Poem Details | by ALKAS POETRY |
Categories: allegory, allusion, art, creation, love, metaphor, poetry,

LOVE HAS YOUR NAME


        

                       From now on ever,
                 love has another  fresh name ...
                   Your name  loving dear

Poem Details | by MAHTAB BANGALEE |
Categories: bird,

the dove heart

Whispering feathers
Flying high over the sky
dreaming the blues heart


-January 19, 2020 Chattogram

Poem Details | by Luke Hobbs |
Categories: art, bird, creation, imagination, nature, raven,

Feathers

can her colors speak?
iridescent feathers preen,
magpie and raven.


Poem Details | by J.R. Dawson |
Categories: bird, seasons, snow, winter,

Snowy parking lot

Above a snowy
condo parking lot —
a sparrow flies

Poem Details | by karen croft |
Categories: longing,

my guy

In my heart you stay

cherished morning, noon, and night

my glow lights the way

Poem Details | by karen croft |
Categories: care,

not mad

I'm not mad at you

been driving myself crazy

I left love slip by

Poem Details | by karen croft |
Categories: faith,

green eyes

my love today smiles
behind green eyes he worries
let God be with him

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: analogy,

Won't You Come Home Bill Barr

Won't you come home Bill Barr
So that we can see the scar
Of a rising star

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

When We Would Meet a Receipt

Always could compete
when we would meet a receipt
then trump would go tweet

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Took A Peak at Unique Technique

we would take a peak
at something rather unique
new trendy technique

Jim Horn

Even though a[[earing bleak


Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Either Right or Wrong

either right or wrong
we must be moving along
heard sound of sad song

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Had been In Harbor

had been in harbor
then went to see my barber
could be a carver

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Did Determine That the Sermon

Did Determine That the Sermon

we did determine
that it was a great sermon
much sin mixed with vermin

Jim Horn

Poem Details | by Mark Toney |
Categories: bird, nature,

ergo ego

swift bird of prey soars

moment of truth elusive—

true nature concealed






***
1/18/2020

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Had Cut Up My Card

Had Cut Up My Card

memory was marred
and my eyes were even starred
cut up my each card

Jim Horn

My poems are not supposed
to make any sense or should 
they really be.

Poem Details | by Panagiota Romios |
Categories: imagery, winter,

A WINTER IMAGE





          old house groaning
          spirits in winds howling
          moaning door creaking



             January 17, 2020
        
               9:00a.m PST

Poem Details | by ALKAS POETRY |
Categories: allegory, allusion, art, emotions, literature, metaphor, poetry,

FLESH CUT


       razor sore memoirs
     all portion of joyfulness
     well cut into flesh

Poem Details | by Tom Wright |
Categories: hair, wife,

Facial Hair

Facial Hair A Haiku By: Tom 1-16-2020 Facially hirsute, Wife did give her man the boot; She thought his point moot.

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: sky,

diamonds in the sky

diamonds in the sky
illuminating planets
lighting cosmic path


Poem Details | by Ismail Junaid Oluwadamilare |
Categories: 2nd grade, food,

CHINESE NOODLES

little reptiles
having new dance
in the ocean


Paciolo Pen Saint

Poem Details | by Kim Rodrigues |
Categories: rain,

weathered

the oaks algae dust corpulent in weathered green clouds threaten to bust 1/15/2020

Poem Details | by Bernard F. Asuncion |
Categories: birthday,

Sparkling Lights

D-ark shadows appear, 
M-oon and stars glow in the sky, 
L-etting the eyes gaze.

Topic: Birthday of Dex M. Lerio (March 25) 
Form: Haikustic

Poem Details | by M. L. Kiser |
Categories: moon, planet, poems, poetry, star, universe,

Twinkling Stars

wolf moon hangs above gaia- twinkling stars

Poem Details | by Panagiota Romios |
Categories: april, image, winter,

STRUTTIN'





     
           A short twirly skirt
           Thigh-high white boots soft and lovely
           Heads turn winter's vision



                 January 14, 2020

Poem Details | by Peter Iversen |
Categories: nature,

Stranded

slow, stranded starfish
taunted by receding tide
dreaded sun arrives

Poem Details | by William Kekaula |
Categories: age, nature, tree,

the rings of the hues



a tree had grown green then painted red until it turned white cold and dead 2020 January 14

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: analogy, appreciation, creation, engagement, inspiration, jesus, metaphor,

HOLY SUN- -

HOLY SUN

you whom are the Son
gracious HOLY one brightly
bright shines holy lights

1/14/20
Written words by James Edward Lee Sr. 2020©


Poem Details | by Tom Wright |
Categories: anger, bullying, fear, life,

Youthful Indiscretions

Youthful Indiscretions Haiku By: Tom 1-14-2020 My youthful advice, Be a willing combatant; Don’t yield to bullies.

Poem Details | by MAHTAB BANGALEE |
Categories: poetry, rainbow, writing,

Rainbow Colors

the rainbow colors 
in the poetic wise nerve 
bloom poem flowers

-January 13, 2020 Chattogram

Poem Details | by Peter Iversen |
Categories: garden, nice,

Bud's Hope

January warmth
February sneers at growth
March's cold denial

Poem Details | by Peter Iversen |
Categories: beautiful, imagery,

Gossamer Threads

spider's silken trap
web of gossamer-like threads
morning dew captured

Poem Details | by Tom Wright |
Categories: inspirational, prayer,

Good Intentions

Good Intentions Haiku By Tom 1-13-2020 Hell is filled with those, Who had the best intentions, But waited too late.


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