Haiku Poems About April | April Haiku Poems

Haiku poems about April and April haiku poems. Read and enjoy these haikus! See also April Quotes.

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: beauty, nature,


emerald green growth dresses the rocks and pebbles natural velvet 101 poems in a row Contest #18 Sponsored by PD Linda:-) 5th April 2015

Poem Details | by Maria Williams |
Categories: beach, beauty, bird, flower,

Soaring Hawk - A Haiku Series

Soaring Hawk poised high Back drop a deep sapphire sky Winds in attendance Mighty wings unfold Caressing the Wind Spirits They lift and support Circling Hawk perceives Rainbow circle on a cloud Framed is his shadow On oceans of blue Snow hills of clouds seem to float On silvered ripples Waves swell as they curl White manes gracefully flow Rolling to the shore Higher still soars Hawk Wind Spirits on either side Carry him upwards Land and mountains meld Lofty mountains crown the land Great aspirations Hawk gracefully glides Towards the shore he observes His island in bloom Festooned in colour Hibiscus - Red, Gold and Pink In leafy bouquets Flowers - Pale yellow Their sweet perfume exuding Riding on the Winds Romance in the air Couples hold hands and frolic An Island in love Hawaiian Hawk proud Sees everything - land and sea Paradise Island Wind voices whisper Of Rebirth, Growth and Culture Hawaii has heard
Footnote: We recently visited Hawaii, one of our favorite holiday destinations, once again we were carried away with the ambience and peacefulness of this Island Paradise. The inspiration came while viewing the breath taking panorama from the 16th floor of the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach ResortThe Waikiki beach, the beautiful gardens and the mountains all formed the pictureBut we needed a story and the Spirit legends supplied the theme All this came together and composed on the aircraft on our way back home to Australia. I have tried to capture and share some of the essence which is the Spirit of this beautiful island, its rebirth of culture that’s embroidered in the legends of a traditional Hula dance The Red Hibiscus (koki'o'ula) is the flower of the big island, while the Gold flower mentioned - The vibrant, sunshine-hued Yellow Hibiscus (ma'o hau hele) is Hawaii's official National flowerIn Hawaiian culture, Hibiscus is a symbol of old royalty & communicates power and respect The Hawk Kaha Ka ‘lo - the highest Chiefs where often called ‘lo – ‘Hawk with eyes that can see everywhere’ Ku Makani ‘Rising Wind’ has a position of power grace and motion. Ka Leo O Haukine ‘The voice of the Wind’, is so named. The two Winds according to the legend, are the voices of ancestors who listen and speak through the windsTogether they are the Spirits that uplift the mighty ‘Lo – The Hawaiian hawk. Some of the imagery described is seen from the aircraft as it would be seen through the eyes of the Hawaiian Hawk The circular rainbow, for those who have not been fortunate to have witnessed this rare phenomenon, it actually does exist. POTD 14th April 2017

Poem Details | by KP Nunez |
Categories: art, beach, beauty, nature,

Beach Beauty

beach that's long and white
    seen through the coconut palm
        picture perfect view

13 April  2015
SKAT's Picture Perfect Haiku #1 Contest

Poem Details | by Dear Heart |
Categories: daffodils, seasons,

Haiku- my abiding memory

      january cold
pure white snowflakes are falling-
            write winter poems

      february ice
hangs from the bare tree branches-
            walks in still nature

      march is a lion
harsh cold winds and ice warnings-
             planning my garden

      april and melting
rivers of snow on the street-
            dreaming of sweet spring

      may is a whisper
gentle breezes caress hair-
            I buy daffodils

      june and loud thunder
nature is washing my world-
             touch buds in garden

      july and the sun
my world is full of color-
            write flower verses

      august is lazy
oh the flowers are fading-
            I pen of decay

      september and rain
that is dripping from green leaves-
            walks in the deep woods

      october falling
descending orange beauty-
            poems of autumn

      november chills come
cold crisp winds and blowing storms-
            thinking of summer

      december stillness
waiting for snow to show up-
            I write christmas words

December 22, 2015

Poetry/Haiku/my abiding memory
Copyright Protected, ID-15-7376-59-0
All Rights Reserved Written Under Pseudonym.

For the contest, My abiding memory,
sponsor, Viv Wigley

Second Place

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: beauty, flower, nature, spring,


sun shines through the clouds peeping through the thawing soil one single snowdrop Contest judged on 13th May - received N/A Submitted to second chance 2 sponsored by Eve Roper Traditional haiku 5/7/5 28th April 2016

Poem Details | by Dear Heart |
Categories: bird,

Haiku- hummingbirds

in a deep forest
hummingbirds find a flower-
     silent fluttering

March 31, 2016

Copyright Protected, ID 16-773- 544-0
All Rights Reserved Written Under Pseudonym.

For the contest, Any Poem
sponsor, PD

Sixth Place

Poem of the Day- April 2, 2016

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: bird, nature,


arrogant and proud nothing ruffles his feathers train of eyes watching *The peacock’s tail is known as a train Jan Allison 8th April 2015

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: beauty, seasons, spring,


forest newly dressed wearing her emerald gown she dreams of summer Submitted to Any poem written in April Contest sponsored by Laura Loo 10th April 2016

Poem Details | by Paul Callus |
Categories: remember,

An Apiary Haiku

the old apiary my mind hums with recollections ------------------------------------- Review by Kazuko Nishimura ~ Haiku Masters ~ April 2018 By pairing the photo of an old, now abandoned apiary with this haiku, the audience can immediately imagine the sounds of bees buzzing around, working hard to create honeyFor the narrator, those buzzing sounds may confuse or distress his or her mind by bringing back old memories, but involuntarily remembering past events is something everyone can relate to, making it easy for the audience to connect with this workThe sound of bees buzzing and the soft light in the photo show hints of spring http://nhk.jp/haikumasters

Poem Details | by KP Nunez |
Categories: beach, beautiful, body, color,

Summer Haiku

pink shells on brown hand
     as blue water lap white sands
           keen contrast of colors

15 April 2015
Picture Perfect Haiku #2
Sponsor: SKAT A

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: bird, freedom,


Parents nurture young Finally freedom to fly Fledglings spread their wings 28th April 2015

Poem Details | by Lu Loo |
Categories: childhood, family, happiness, love,

Haiku on My Family

Second Chance May 2016
Sponsor: Eve Roper

five generations
   connected to my grandpa
      kindred forefather

parents united
    unto them came four children
      love to go around

mother faced cancer
   a dear lady, my angel
      adulthood so strong

adoring siblings
   warmhearted and devoted
     affections of blood

money not vital
   wealthy in rich loyalty
      assets of true faith

our childhood dog Bo
   my sweet Golden Retriever
      my canine best bud

united as one
   roots form a family tree
     belovedly linked

Date Written: April 30, 2016

Date Finalized:May 19, 2016

Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Categories: funny,

a ku ku krazy day

a very loud noise
started ringing from my clock—
I fell out of bed

a bumped water glass
rolling across the hard floor—
I slipped on my head

a loud screaming sound
resonated through the house—
my face turned bright red

my husband woke up
hysterically laughing—
I was on the floor

I could not get up
without someone assisting—
ku ku krazy day

I went back to bed
wondering what day it was—
perhaps, tomorrow

Ó April 18, 2012
Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen

Written for Poetry Soup Member Contest:  ????.....!!!!!.....Ku Ku Crazy......!!!!!.....???? 
Sponsor	Tracie ~*~ Indigo Dreamweaver

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: nature,


gambolling spring lamb eating lush grass in fields soon to be dinner 29th April 2015

Poem Details | by BL DEVNATH |
Categories: april, funny,


                                                today's April fool
                                        known to all needs to have tool
                                         ooh! advance cheek's smile

     Inspired by: JAN ALLISON

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: wind,


we cannot see it but feel it everywhere cooling summer breeze 24th April 2015

Poem Details | by Sandra Haight |
Categories: seasons, tree,

Seasons of Trees - Split Haikus

Seasons of Trees - Split Haikus

Trees with sprouting limbs
bathed by spring's April showers
their lacy green robes

Trees with dense full limbs
swayed by warm summer breezes
their green velvet capes

Trees with brilliant limbs
whirled by the cool autumn winds
their burnished gold gowns

Trees with cold bare limbs
frozen by winter blizzards
their white fluffy scarves

Sandra MHaight

~3rd Place~
Contest:  Mystics Split-Haikus
Sponsor: Mystic Rose
Judged: 04/05/2016

Syllables of 5, 7, 1, 5

Poem Details | by Lu Loo |
Categories: butterfly, nature,

Flirting Butterfly

fluttering romance butterfly flirts with sun set strokes of a rainbow Written: Laura Loo ~Date Written: April 26, 2016~

Poem Details | by Rhonda Johnson-Saunders |
Categories: life, nature, seasons, daffodils,

Summer Haiku

daffodils wilt in summer heat -- a lost friend kite tails fly -- children chase the wind and catch the sun a forgotten swing sways beneath an empty nest -- and ripe, red apples By Rhonda Johnson-Saunders, April 10, 2012 for ????.....!!!!!.....Ku Ku Crazy......!!!!!.....???? Contest (Tracie ~*~ Indigo Dreamweaver )

Poem Details | by Dr. Upma A. Sharma |
Categories: beautiful,



When to red roses
thorns virtually applaud
nature shows its art....

When in green garden
thorns are beginning to reign
the autumn will start..

When in the passion
sharp thorns of prickly longing 
deeply pierce a heart..

Written April 4th, 2016
For contest "Mystic haikus" by Mystic rose
Awarded N/A

Entered for Screwed XIII contest by rob carmack

Poem Details | by Paul Callus |
Categories: fish,

A Fish Haiku

gulping for air
when minnows swim
beyond their depth

A Fish Haiku Contest
Hosted by Mick Talbot
Placed 3rd
19th April 2018

Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: fish, humor,


flirtatious clownfish 

tries to impress an angel --

    but loses his sole  

* Written April 17, 2018

Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: birth, world,


Twin stars in the sky

Flickering eternally

Cosmic becoming!

© Demetrios Trifiatis
       17 April 2018

Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: clothes, color, spring,


Bright vibrant colors 

Reviving nature's canvas 

Spring's new-fashioned gown!

© Demetrios Trifiatis
     03 April 2018

Poem Details | by Nina Parmenter |
Categories: beautiful, nature, sun, tree,


sweet sunlight scattered by oak’s lens grows sweeter 28th April 2018

Poem Details | by Geoffrey Brewer |
Categories: tree,


Do not shun
The tree of knowledge
Eat the fruit

28 April 2018

Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: change, dream, world,


Cosmos in a flux

Not a thing remains the same

Dreaming permanence...!

 © Demetrios Trifiatis
       17 April 2018

Poem Details | by Carol Sunshine Brown |
Categories: happiness, uplifting, , Lullaby,

Haiku 102

closed my eyes as the
rhythm of the waterfalls
sang a lullaby
Part 2
I Dreamt Of
angels in heaven
singing a lullaby so...
softly and sweetly
Entry In MsP.D.'s April only posted poems contest Carol Brown 3rd Place Winner

Poem Details | by kevin leake |
Categories: car, crazy, science,

Fast And Furious


                                      Fast And Furious
                              Converted Street Racing Cars
                                       Nitrous Oxide Gas 

                                     © Copyright KC.Leake
                                          9th April 2015
                                       All Rights Reserved

Poem Details | by Paul Callus |
Categories: beauty, flower, love,


Words are not enough
Language of April showers
Say it with flowers.

Gracious camellia
Daintily posing, but in vain
Begonia lost in thought.

Hopes teeming with ambition
Of a stargazer.

From friendship to love
Exchanging yellow petals
With the deepest red.

Delicate beauty
Of hibiscus in full bloom
Inspires iris.

A blushing lilac
Unaware of dawning day
Dreaming of first love.

Bittersweet flower
Ever loyal to the end
Won’t betray a friend.

Parting time is near
Save the memories within
And forget-me-not.

Yellow hyacinth
With a heart that knows no peace
Nest of jealousy.

Morning breeze scatters  
The rich fragrance of jasmine’s  
Deep sensuality.
* Hanakotoba is the language of flowers.
** each flower is bestowed with symbolism & meaning.

Author: Paul Callus
Contest: Any Poem#21
Sponsor: Poet Destroyer A
Placing: 8th

Poem Details | by jack horne |
Categories: holiday,

My ode to the Netherlands

a moonlit stroll - -
ladies in underwear
wave from windows

tea in a  café  - -
the smell of coffee and

tourists yawn - -
customs men search a coach 
from Amsterdam

written 21st April for Elly’s contest

wish I'd been permitted to write about the beautiful tulips, windmills and cheese, LOL

Poem Details | by Kim Hilliker |
Categories: nature

Waiting for Spring

An awakened Earth
Lovely March, April and May
Dormant seeds will thrive.

Poem Details | by kevin leake |
Categories: science fiction,

Street Technology


                                           Street Technology
                                      Big Brother Is Watching Us
                                           His Eyes Everywhere


                                          © Copyright KC.Leake
                                                19th April 2015
                                             All Rights Reserved

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: change,


Thursday morning
So much follow-up;
Check To-Do list


Airport drive 7:15am
Terminal 2 Departure;
Brunei trip for one


Morning psalm
Prayers for peace;
Come Holy Ghost


Old car resting
New car on-the-road;
Workshop service job


Waiting time
Hours and minutes;
Poetry on the wing


Tea and pastry
Morning communion;
Snacking on verses


Thoughts juggling
All things possible;
Poems oozing out


Swirling sounds
Order in chaos;
Food centre devotional


Waiting rituals
Time to kill time;
What a waste?


Roadside vendor
Newspapers proliferate;
Random customers


Snack in hand
Tea and iPad screen;
Sanguine persuasion


I sit here
Alone with odd feel;
Strangers for company


Curious old ladies
Stare at me writing;
Sneaky intruders


Humid heat stalks
Overhead fans pour;
Hot air and sweat


And when I look
Do you see me?
Transparent feel


Hot tea scenario
No additives;
Swirling brown brew


Noisy surroundings
Fish market ambience;
Order in chaos


Leon Enriquez
28 April 2015

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: nature, seasons,

In Spring

Driving home from work, I watch the darkening sky and the trees along the streets bending in the windBig drops of rain begin to splatter against my windshield until suddenly, my entire car is being bombardedAs the moaning wind picks up, the downpour increases and I adjust my windshield wipers accordinglyNearing my neighborhood, I glimpse a foretoken of spring.

behind their mother
young quail scurry in a row
March winds scatter rain

Soon I am pulling into my driveway, wondering vaguely where the baby quail were bound for and relieved to be escaping the onslaught of cold wind-tossed rainMy spirit has been lifted by the sighting of the quail family, for I know better days are ahead

A few weeks pass, and I find myself becoming excited as I always do after April has arrivedI begin noticing the various plants and trees of my small city, in particular, the burgeoning buds of my own front yard  pear tree, and then at last it happens; I awake one fine morning to my favorite augur of the season:

outside my window
myriads of white blossoms
the trill of birds

For the Spring Haibun Poetry Contest of Debbie Guzzi

Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Categories: animals, food, nature,

scarlet runner beans

scarlet runner beans
twisting high in tree branches—
hummingbirds visit

Ó April 18, 2012
Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen

Written for Poetry Soup Member Contest:  Sweet Flowers & Hummingbirds (HAIKU) 
Sponsor	Sidney ~ LeeAnn


Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: death, dream, life,


Just a dream life is, 

Death’s alarm clock, us awakes 
Eternity dawns!

© Demetrios Trifiatis
      08 APRIL 2015

* A good friend departed so I came back to honor
his memory!

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: beauty, spring,


                                              Sweet scented blossom
                                             Confetti sent from heaven    
                                                 With a gentle breeze                                    

                                                      Jan Allison
                                                  26th April 2014

My grateful thanks to  Elly Wouterse for helping me change and add to  the original few words to produce a haiku!

~Entered into Debbie Guzzi's contest Spring into Haiku ~
             ~  Awarded Honourable Mention ~


Poem Details | by Deb Wilson |
Categories: nature, seasons

april haiku

shards of rain and hail
   pounding on the soaking grass...
      april tempest blows

swollen river beds
    fields of winter turning green...
        peeking through the mud

showers feed the lawns
    tender shoots that spring up strong...
          flowers on the way

Poem Details | by Margaret Foster |
Categories: nature,

Haiku,flowers and hummingbirds

Haiku-flowers and hummingbirds Dripping with nectar Baskets rampant with fushia Honeyeaters feast
Margaret FosterApril 2012

Poem Details | by Dr. Upma A. Sharma |
Categories: fun,

Funny haikus for kids

Funny haikus for kids

monkey snatches purse
you throw banana to him
he throws back your purse..

saddle a wild horse
to jump on its back swiftly 
else it rides on you.

tree that offers shade
also might be nesting birds
blesses with droppings.

playing in puddles
and muddy clothes by day end
how will you face mom..

big zeroes in the notebook
is there any use.

Written April 21st, 2016
Sponsor- Team PoetrySoup

Poem Details | by daver austin |
Categories: children, nature


BLUE JAY (Haiku)

fly    fly away jay
blend on wing with april sky
so clear    so blue    flly!

Poem Details | by Kim van Breda |
Categories: satire, perspective,



photographic portrayal depicted

perspective platitude inflicted

projective persona conflicted

(Copyright© April 2013-Kim van Breda)

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: change,


Rain washing wet
Exit humid heat;
Bamboo pines sway


Weary estate
Rustic and ancient;
Old people pace


Orchid stalks
Crystal flower vase;
Beauty adorns


Class reunion
Familiar faces;
Change intervenes


Old-time movie
Once upon then;
Romantic poise


Property market
Doldrums percolate;
Prices go south


Precious moments
Fragrance lingers;
Touchy feelings


Red light district
Pretty birds ply;
Ancient occupations


Evening descends
Abruptly dark;
Distant lights hurl


Fleeting surge
Momentum flips;
Emergent thoughts


By the wayside
Weathered old man;
Limping bravely


Haiku blossoms
Plain fragment;
Frozen experience


One by one
Passers-by stream;
Distant dream calls


Economic downturn
Job loss escalates;
Grizzly bear bites


Stray staccato
Morning birdsong;
Balcony solo


Seek then the way
Live well each day;
Be one with bliss


Cruise to nowhere
Sea breeze salty;
Modern distractions


Leon Enriquez
30 April 2016

Poem Details | by kash poet |
Categories: nature,

the purple pleasure

Sunny morning---
the last dew drop
still clings to a flower

a tiny rainbow
on its wings---
a busy humming bird

the purple pleasure
from flower to flower---
dripping nectar

breakfast table---
sweet sound and scent
filling the air

By:kash poet

Date: 23rd April 2012

Poem Details | by Yei Suah |
Categories: love

My Orion

No matter how high I jump I 
can't reach u.
I love u so much but u 
wouldn't digest this because of 
the other little stars that try to 
have my light to at least 
They were falling in the 
Remember the blackhole 
absorbs all the light like 
drowning man trying to 
In my world everything is 
about u, even the big dipper 
points to U.
u're the brightest Rigel, u light 
my life.
Whether I'm north or south 
u're visible everywhere, that's 
why my mind is programmed 
to U.
There may be 7 shiny stars but 
they can't be u, Orion.
Only u have the distinctness to 
appeal to my exciting view.
Trust me, my eyes stay on u all 
through the night no one can 
beat that.
And if staring at other stars 
makes me loose u, hunt down 
Because u're incomparable 
with no competition and I love 
none like u.
Nonetheless, I'm ready to 
accept November to April isn't 
the whole year,
One day u'll no longer be 
there and if destiny  has it,
I'll take a place in the sky with 
some day.

Poem Details | by Seren Roberts |
Categories: nature, sea,

Listen to the shell - ocean-ku

feet fused to the board 
through the curl the surfer rode.....
listen to the shell

Penned 12 April 2013

Poem Details | by Lu Loo |
Categories: child, mom, mother daughter,

A Gift

God gave me a gift of beauty and innocence princess from heaven ****Written April 13 2015****

Poem Details | by Verlena S. Walker |
Categories: appreciation, april, beautiful, beauty,

spring s garden

rose beds laid
daffodils astray
flower garden planted for spring
Penned April 29, 2014!

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: change,


Black crow surveys
Two sparrows chat;
Food for thought


Air-con leaking
Messy affair;
Slippery pathway


Two toddlers laugh
Playground adventure;
Proud parents chit-chat


April showers
Thundering rain drops;
Wetness blooms


Moments freeze
Swirling slowly;
Rainy day moods


By my work desk
Piles of paper books;
Hoarding feels good


Telephone call
Old friend chuckles;
Brief encounter


Chocolate ganache cake
Home made delicacy;
Out of this world


Time and time again
Same old complaint;
Not enough time!


Kahlua and cakes
Tea time conversations;
Mingling sighs


Stone bench moments
Old man resting;
Sunny sparkle


Bamboo leaves
Spiky ornaments;
Oriental scene


Arithmetic means
Weak economy;
Tighten your belt


Leon Enriquez
29 April 2015