Haiku Poems About Art | Art Haiku Poems

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Poem Details | by Ravi Sathasivam |
Categories: philosophy,

My own proverb

My own proverb..... Dream with your words, make love with your pen And create an art of poetry with your soul. Ravi Sathasivam / Sri Lanka All rights are reserved @ 2016 Ravi Sathasivam

Poem Details | by Connie Marcum Wong |
Categories: art, nature, seasons,

colors of pumpkin

colors of pumpkin, 
vermillion and deep gold---
    veiled mysteries air

branches intertwine
in a sea of canopies---
    harvest moon rises

gilded by the dawn
and swayed by a seasoned wind---
    shades of art abound

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: identity,


This garden city
Concrete skyscrapers loom;
Greenery punctuate

Tree-lined avenues
Bourgainvillea clusters;
Traffic jam companions

Waltzing slowly
Overhead bridge;
Ant-people below

Old neighbourhood
Heartland community;
Ageing populace

Feeble old lady
Speeds on wheels;
Electric commotion

For small kids and big;
Noisy charades

Fitness park
For young and old;
Fighting spirit

City side walk cafe
Crowded after hours;
Beery happy hours

Noticeable absence
Dry spell ending;
Sudden torrential rain

Umbrellas raised,
Parasols  hoisted;
Too late this drenching

Side walk cobbler
New lease for old shoes;
Assorted wears

Hyper art queue
Long-winded delay;
Fussy customer

Bank ATM await
Ready to dispense;
Urgent pocket money

Office podium
By shopping mall;
Buzz of human traffic

Downtown hype
Temptations galore;
Mostly unnecessary

Leon Enriquez
23 Apr 2014

Poem Details | by Dear Heart |
Categories: art,

Haiku - glass poppies

    mouth blown glass flowers
  spectrums of iridescent-
                  hangs      above my head 


May 23, 2016, 

Poetry/Haiku/glass poppies
Copyright Protected, ID 16-7943-29-0
All Rights Reserved Written Under Pseudonym.

Inspiration Photo, Poppies, Glass Art Panel

For the contest, Glass Art Haiku, 
sponsor, Skat

Fourth Place

Poem Details | by John lawless |
Categories: nostalgia,

haiku - for contest

mosaics fractured vision
leaded doubts


((first post -- 1/25/2014))

submitted to – Glass Art – Haiku – Poetry contest
sponsor – SKAT A

Poem Details | by Demetrios Trifiatis |
Categories: art, god, humanity,


God painted the world

Divine work of art He made

Man's graffiti came!

© Demetrios Trifiatis
        26 May 2018

Poem Details | by Herbert Siao |
Categories: art, blue, culture, destiny,

Sea Gypsies

skin were
like a morning

that rose
in the sky,

shape eye,
dark with the dusk,

round ,
monsoon face
pure timid lips,

grandma talked often
best she could -

don't forget the 
past, where
we -

sailed across the 
orient waves
seeking -

and the seagulls,
the boat

our fading heritage,
make it
alive -

where we came,
where we gone.

Hay (na) ku form created by Ellen TabiosA Filipino poet
And been recognized for her contribution at poet society.
It read like hayku but it isn't coz of the expanding
Syllables and metersI like hayku but art were easily
Killed by author with its restrict ruleThis wasn't perfect
But why wouldn't I try.

Poem Details | by Susan Mills |
Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend

Begins We

Diamonds perched on hand
From you to me begins we
The art of our heart

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: beautiful,

Glass Art Haiku Trio

the heart of a prince beats a rhythm of passion his reign of purple jellyfish frozen In Technicolor beauty the glassy ocean in my crystal dream sailing ripples of a sea stained in blues and greens Written 5/28/2016 for Skat's Glass Art Haiku Contest Based on pictures #5, 7 and 8 (see above) JOINED POETRY SOUP 12/23/09

Poem Details | by Milan Georges Burovac |
Categories: art, beauty, hope, inspiration,

Kapayapaan at pag-ibig

this time is an art of floating rhymes 
where my ears seek harmony of heart 
against War of Worlds and their fears

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: community, death, pride, soldier,


triskele* at half mast full military honours no birdsong is heard Jan Allison 17th July 2015 Country – Isle of Man (* pronounced tris –kel 2 syllables) 5,7,5 SYLLABLES CHECKED The triskele symbol (as found on the Manx flag) is very characteristic of the three interlocked and conjoined spirals found in Celtic art throughout Celtic north western Europe Contest:- You Country’s Flag - Skat

Poem Details | by nikhileswari swaminathan |
Categories: art, beauty, care, culture,


an art piece of work
blithe elated and joyful

Categories: love,

L'Origine du monde

                                            L'Origine du monde
                                       smegma musk odors of clit
                                            pervade my night sky

L'Origine du monde, the first realistic painting of a vulva in Western art (Oil painting by Jean Désiré Gustave Courbet 1866, Paris: Musée d'Orsay )

"I am fifty years old and I have always lived in freedom; let me end my life free; when I am dead let this be said of me: 'He belonged to no school, to no church, to no institution, to no academy, least of all to any régime except the régime of liberty."(Jean Désiré Gustave Courbet)

©rajat kanti chakrabarty
16 December 2014

Poem Details | by Joshua Aguire |
Categories: art,


the artist is hung
and the noose is his art form
abstract and hated

Poem Details | by JAN ALLISON |
Categories: earth, environment, natural disasters,


bees buzz aimlessly pollination is fruitless human race condemned Glass Art Haiku Contest Sponsored by Skat A 05~25~16 I joined soup 2/2/2014

Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: education, farm, history, nature,


bee hunting an art                                                                                                     line bees to tree sun or bait                                                                                             follow to honey

Poem Details | by Nathan Leccese |
Categories: nature


Descending tear drops
Frozen no duplications
Snow flakes God’s art work

Nathan Bane Leccese
©All Rights Reserved 05/29/2009

Poem Details | by Mark Goodson |
Categories: drink, mythology,

Bacchus God of wine

Bacchus God of wine
Thou art the Liberator
Loosen our tongues with thy sweet nectar 

Bacchus God of wine
Thou art the Liberator
Whip us into a frenzy of intoxication

Bacchus God of wine
Thou art the Liberator
Allow us freedom to tell our secrets

Poem Details | by Shanity Rain |
Categories: art, autumn, beautiful, beauty,

Haiku driven

           beautifully evoked ~ 
           inspired art imagined 
           soft rain falls
           on oak scented leaves ~
           spirits engage me to write
           Haiku form driven

Poem Details | by Jeralynn Clark |
Categories: urban



Roads North to South
Panoramic art by God
Signed human captions.

Poem Details | by Briana Lynn Minard-Adler |
Categories: dedication, faith, family, happiness,

Denn Du Bist Mein Baby-For you my baby-Full German

Baby Ich Liebe Dich so wie du bist,
So perfekt, so wie du mich glucklich machen.
Die Art und weise du mich fuhlen,
Di Art und weise du mich lacheln und lachen.
Auch wenn Ich wu tend bin, trairig oder songar weinen.
Mein Hertz blutet dur dich baby.
Ich Liebe Dich Mein Schatz baby.
Ich kann mir nicht helfer, aber ruhing und glucklich.
Wenn du so wundershon und du liebst mich fur mich.
Ich Liebe Dich fur immer!
Briana Lynn Palmer
Dedicated To:My wonderful and amazing Husband Dustin James Palmer
~Dustin's one & only faithful and loving wife~
I Love You Baby!

Poem Details | by Joshua munyaradzi mimana |
Categories: allegory

Our Fallen Heroes

O how happy art thou
In thy dwelling with darkness,
Death hath liberated thee

Poem Details | by Üzeyir Lokman CAYCI |
Categories: love, music, nostalgia,

I cannot say to you, rest in the night

When you get bored
Go at the edge of the Seine
Be the friend of swans
Divide some bread into pieces
To throw to them! 

Don't be in charge of shippers
Letters remain in consciousness
By dancing northward
Consider bottles
Carried away by fluxes..

Never present yourself
Instead of others
Don't conform to others either
Rest as you are...
The art that is contained in you develops
I cannot say to you 'rest in the night'

Impose your existence
Like a rose
On the pages of society
In the mirror of a page
And in the middle of a mirror
I cannot say to you 'rest in the night'

Pretend not to see
The cold winds which pass
Near to you
Drink the sun
Dispel your sadness
Burn griefs one after another...
I cannot say to you " rest in the night "

Hardly believe what you hear
Weigh all that you see
Review all that you learn
Speak of your feelings
only to those you like
I cannot say to you 'rest in the night'.

Üzeyir Lokman ÇAYCI 
Bruxelles, le 05.11.2005 
Traduit par by Yakup YURT en français
French free verse translated into English free verse
by Joneve McCormick, 06.03.2006

Poem Details | by Sandra Hudson |
Categories: seasons

Unexpected pleasure

Cold snap breaks time clocks
Freshly powdered hillsides reign 
Snow shapes make yard art    

Written for consideration in Abe Lopez “Haiku Seasons” contest 

Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: art, beauty, rain, seasons,

Ice sculpture exhibits

where no chisel struck                                                                                           crystal clear frost art display                                                                                            the landscape is sculpted

Poem Details | by Eve Roper |
Categories: allusion, art,

Whirlpool Glass Art Haiku


opposing current  
tides swirling downdraft vortex
blown canvas of glass


# 9  Glass Art 

8/28/2014, first poem submitted in poetry soup

Poem Details | by Paul Callus |
Categories: heartbreak, love,

Glass Art

         your elusive love

slips beyond my fragile grasp

       shattered emotions

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Joined Soup on: 22 Feb 2014
Contest: Glass Art by Skat A
Inspired by Glass Heart pict.

Poem Details | by Denise Morgan |
Categories: art, growth, life,


Unfurling gifts, unfolding-
The art of living.

Poem Details | by dakarai cobb |
Categories: introspection

Do we have a voice

Do we have a voice?
Lyrical propaganda,
Or art for arts sake.

Poem Details | by BL DEVNATH |
Categories: art, dream, love,


                                       glass art of eye sight
                                      multi layer love reflects 
                                      dreams coated in heart  

                                 Date of first poem: 5/23/2011

                                 For Contest in......GLASS ART.......
                                                        chasing HAIKU 
                                 Sponsored by: SKAT

Poem Details | by James Fraser |
Categories: art, nature


The art and technique Of shaping trees and woody Plants, time reveals all http://www.thehighlanderspoems.com/nature-6.php

Poem Details | by George Zamalea |
Categories: art,


Oh this, poetry, this art of bleak-untouchable mind
Far beyond you and they
How can I resist?

Poem Details | by Probir Gupta |
Categories: allusion, beauty, color, imagery,

Aesthetics in glass

Wealth of glassy hues
Infinity in bubbles
Multicoloured news
May 25, 2016
For the contest : Glass Art Haiku
Sponsor: SKAT A
Date on first poem: 7/05/2015

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: change,


Brief interlude
A dreamy passage;
Familiar faces


An old friend calls
From crowded room;
Smiles bridge gap


Mall crowd mingle
Browse through exhibits;
Branded watches


Poster art works
Modern mixed media;
Stuff and nonsense


Little boy lost
Parents in panic;
Mall PA blast


Sudden downpour
Shelter seekers dash;
Motley bus-stop


Fancy flings funny
Clowns on sidewalk;
Downtown escapade


Coffee cafe queue
Caffeine fix here;
Brown liquid buffet


Poise of voice
Shrill staccato;
Fat lady moans


Swinging playground
People soaking in;
Respite from stress


Bougainvilleas bloom
Sultry weather heats;
Humid accolades


Joy wears fond smiles
Glee runs madly;
Children congregate


Parents chit-chat
The usual stuff;
Complaints crowding


Not much time
Not much space;
Not much anything!


My old car
Long-time friend;
Symbiotic times


Leon Enriquez
07 June 2016

Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: visionary


Pictures still there                                                                                                            
Just it is not on canvas                                                                                                      
Nor paper or script                                                                                                        
Hope’s see what I see / Looking  window’s  perspective                                                     
It is free for all                                                                                                         
Opens hearts door not statue                                                                                    
Liberty flying                                                     			                
New way looking  glass - the facts of art forgotten                                                          
Mother of you all                            				                
Coming down perfect heaven                                                                          
Patriot nostalgia \  paintings  life peace joy  love       				    
No more stained pain                                                                                                
Walking transparent along                                                                                             
Golden stream’s in white

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: celebration,


Orchard Boulevard
Heavy traffic;
Congested minds

Orchard Road crowd
Seeking diversions;
After hours delight

Beer guzzling cliques
Evening waterhole;
Downtown gathering

Shopping mall ambience
Restaurants fully booked;
Long queues waiting

Shopping spree
Bargain hunting;
Well-earned bonus

Baby boomers
Grey hairlines dyed;
Cluster to chit-chat

Evening stroll
Two old lovers;
Talking in silence

TV dinner recipe
Fruits and salad;
Crash diet plan

Ordinary moments
Triumph of simplicity;
Nothing to lose

Bills come
Regular as debt;
Payment requests

Old man,
Old woman;
Aged like brandy

Fleeting passage
Echoes in the wind;
Evening sanctuary

Write and ink
Poetic wonders;
New revelations

Blank canvas
Splash of paint strokes;
New art form

Wander far
Yet not lost;
Wonder dictates

Music strains
Piano nocturne;
Classical wit

Muse now amused
Flinging outburst;
Word-pictures spring

Relax and listen
Ink flow records;
Haiku prospects

Leon Enriquez
06 Mar 2014

Poem Details | by Sweta Mehta |
Categories: life, love, philosophy,

Love, not your property!

One can create great art of work,
In the name of Love...
But Love is not a property of intelligents,
Talented people, or so called great people.

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

Colourful art

Colourful art 

secrets of nature 
that glass art substantiates
vibrant florals dance 

Written May 26th, 2016
Joined PoetrySoup on May 16th, 2013
For Glass art haiku contest by SKAT A

Poem Details | by Rickey Chatham |
Categories: age, art, birthday, death,

Peacock Prison Paradise


Gold dust rides whirlwind,
softly speckles wet canvas,
Lost Dutchman Mine found

Prose ~

"Maggie save your strength..." words whispered in the corridor of a prestigious art gallery in Paris, FranceThe elderly lady, dressed in black and trimmed in lace, is a prisoner of her iron chariot.

Sixty years had passed...
Quietly, she stood transfixed
A Blue Bonnet wax figurine -- in a shop
An old lady trapped in an oil painting

But opportunity comes 
To escape the canvas
Smell the cherry blossoms
Exhale sublime liberation

Never had one gasp
felt so -- good.

A rainbow sphere shadows the painted desert
Trailblazers and pioneers have sought treasures
The Superstition Mountains and Lost Dutchman Mine

Snow-capped peaks and haunted canyons
This desert is refuge to insidious creatures,
venomous snakes, scorpions, and the hella monster!

It creeps within clay crevices 
Beneath shale, rocks, and cactus

A silhouette seated on a rock...
canvas colored with oil colors
and raw sienna imagination.

Prisoner of lost love
Heart bound in iron shackles
Signature faded away...
by humidity and time.

Her secret no longer
a palace phantom
Aberrations refracted
by the midnight moon

Pedestrians pass by...
Tumbleweeds on the Tucson tundra
Tis' long ways from Arizona

A Mirage.. 
creating colorful portraits
beneath sublime peacock paradise.

Today's cause for celebration
Ninety-four years have gone to dust
Reincarnation reborn...
her last will and testament
seen by eyes of others.

She smiles gracefully,
her grandson hands her
a Peacock feather.

Maggie May Lancaster, 
signature etched
with a trembling hand.

Maggie smiles one last time...
feather wedged between cold, clenched fingers.
Wrinkled face petrified with peacock passion; 
saturated with solitude, solace, and grace.

Her ice cold -- steel blue eyes glisten
Like the look of a Norwegian sailor
Aboard a cog ship cruising Arctic waters.

Now she can return to the picture
Her painted face 
Resembles the rainbow

Poem Details | by Atour Tamrazov |
Categories: family, children, people,


Inspiration of the pure High Art is a sweet and light Creation:
Let us build the new happy life - aesthetics
And humanity generation!

Poem Details | by Monique McMiller |
Categories: faith, life, visionary, betrayal,

Three Things

Three things are certain:
Death, love, betrayal of self.
A work of art indeed.

Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Categories: dedication, people, philosophy

Virtue's Guard

Virtue’s Guard

Sleep tight sweet virgin.
And on the morrow take flight.
Thou art virtue’s guard.

©  Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
    1/ 5/ 2008

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: journey,


Saturday tour
Fine arts exhibits;
Innovative textures

Meeting here
With art and buffet;
Small talk punctuates

Look deeply now
So much passion;

Faces in the crowd
I seek you;
Finder's keepers

Now I can see
Your beauty smile;
My heart swells

Surge of rush
Adrenaline flood;
Fight or flight

Listen now
My lover speaks;
Heart to heart

I grow old
Older than time;
Ageless spirit

From booth to booth
We explore beauty;
Facets of delight

Small talk,
Chit-chat waters;
Big deal in small things

Leon Enriquez
12 May 2014

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: blessing,


Breezy balmy zephyr
Whistling through your hair;
Sparkling sunburst


Waltzing on the breeze
Lady with parasol;
Sunscreen stroll


Old friends meeting
Chat over lunch;
Journey update


Words in brief entry
Journey journal;
Vivid self-talk


Afternoon siesta
Drowsy with sweet talk;
Somnolence loiters


Charming manners preside
Good nature speaks;
Gentle murmurings


Listen calmly
My lovely heart knows;
Details unnecessary


Magic moments --
Nothing unusual really,
Simple agendas attend


And when you look
Do you see me;
Pretty blue flower


Bamboo garden
Stray wind ruffles leaves;
Raindrops slide


Pen and blank paper
Ink stains converge;
Word art fashions


Fine line sketches
Glimpses in a swirl;
Frozen images


Art in sure craft
Draft after draft;


Sense a new sight
Broad strokes highlight;
Mood tinctures


Old friends meet
Share a meal;
Surprising moments


Leon Enriquez
26 September 2014

Poem Details | by Martinez Roberson |
Categories: happiness,


Of mystic beauty, dreamy gift no                                                                         Rounded art the lack supplies unskilled the subtle
Lines to trace or softer shades of Nature gifted I
Look Her common forms with unanointed Eyes nor
Mine the seer like power to show the secrets of the
Heart and Mind; to drop the plummet line below
Our common World of joy and woe a more intense
Despair of brighter happy to find yet here at least
An earnest sense of poetic right and weal Is shown
With a Clover as deep and strong as theirs, I lay,
Like them, my best gifts on thy shrine.

Poem Details | by mary miriumjilith |
Categories: nature, peace, seasons, rain,


           FIRST RAIN DROP
             FALL LEAF'S EYELID.

            BY ART FLOWERS.
       LADY LOVE,
            HAUNTED  BY,
             BUTTERFLY GUYS.

             SEED BURIED,


        FALL IN TEARS,
             ON THE OLD LEAVES.



Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: allegory

Sidewalk's oily pastels

Rainbow in a box                                                                                                              
Rubbed sharp or blunt an art                                                                                             
I am all colors

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: change,


Hallway wall
Surreal art shouts;
Images startle

Steadfast drought,
Browning the greens;
Rain on hiatus

Dryness spreads
Drought loiters well;
Dreary comfort

Dry spells,
Dry feel;

Words fail,
Music stops;
Collateral damage

Fine writes,
Bizarre burping

Wise words,
Vain dreams;

Wind calls;
Post mortem

No escape
From more words;
Mood swing detour

Leon Enriquez
19 Mar 2014

Poem Details | by chris bowen |
Categories: art, me,

your word

call me dr.love
mess me up,my art and prose
who's to know the score?

Poem Details | by Sonia Walker |
Categories: art,


riding the subway 

free graffiti art shows move 

in scenes of fast past