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Poem Details | by kash poet |
Categories: love, nature,

Signature of Life

Over the still pond
a leaning branch of Iris
Messenger of Love

sudden gentle breeze
flower kisses the water
whispering love talk

ripples in water
sending another message
signature of life


Iris:Name of a flower meaning"Messenger of Love"


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 Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: blue, flower, nature,

In the Harem of the Flower Kisser

at the break of dawn a Hummingbird starts his rounds Morning Glory sought flaunting a red hue - Mexican Sunflower tempts looking hot, hot, hot the Don Juan of birds sucking nectar from Beardtongue drunk on French kisses Goldenrod at noon Zephyr carries a sweet scent beneath a gold sun between Rose bushes the Flower Kisser gets lost in Blue Infinity Sweet Pea and Bee Balm entice with purple petals Bees join the orgy Monarchs swarm in droves when blue Hummingbird alights on Butterfly Bush Evening Primrose waving in the dusk’s last breeze the proper lover the Flower Kisser leaves his harem sated as white Moonflower glows *The capitalized names for flowers represent some of the most popular flowers visited by hummingbirds.

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 Maria Williams |
Categories: appreciation, beauty, dance, flower,

Seduction In Spring - A Haiku Garland

Cherry Blossoms Bloom Resplendently dressed in Pink Seducing the Spring Glory unfolding They release their sweet fragrance Pirouette and twirl Music from the breeze With limbs so graceful swaying Blushing and bowing Time of renewal A fleeting symbol of life In two weeks farewell Ethereal Muse Celebration of nature Next spring awaits you
Author's Note: I hope that in this set of Haiku, I've managed to convey the traditional importance of the Cherry Blossom Season in Japan. Cherry blossoms are the symbolic flower of the spring, a time of renewal and the fleeting nature of lifeTheir life span is very shortAfter their beauty peaks around two weeks, the blossoms start to fall I liken these flowers to the beautiful Heavenly elusive Muses, the daughters of Zeus. The awesomeness of the natural beauty of Japan is continued in the my poem and arrangement - 'A Rose by any other name ---'

Poem Details | by Pashang Salehi |
Categories: celebration, joy, new year,

Persian Haiku 2

           Persian Haiku 2

What a gorgeous view?
You and the flower garden,
I'm the butterfly.

I’m drunk with love,
Some are red and some are white.
I love all colors.

The sky is so blue.
You’re my rainbow through and through.
Oh dear, I love you.

Your eyes, the ocean;
The ocean, colors your eyes.
Your hair is the wave.

Moon on the ocean, 
Your face is the reflection.
Always be alone.

I live with my heart,
All flowers are beautiful,
I love daffodils.

What a discussion,
I had with all my flowers.
Their breath smells nice.

3/20/2018 Haloo

Note: Iranians/Persians Celebrate today, the first day of spring as their new yearWe call this day Norooz or Nowruz, it translates as New DayFrom my family to yours,  Norooz Mobarak...Happy New Year.

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: nature

The Purple Flower

touched by dawn's first rays
one yellow-eyed spring beauty
cries for happiness

For Carolyn Devonshire's Crying Flower contest

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: blessing,


(Dedication: For Regina Riddle)

Tree caterpillar crawling
Strong windy debris;
Blown over the bough


Violet blossoms
Vine decorations dancing;
Sun and breeze move


Joy wears a face:
Your smiles highlight;
Dazzle of morning


Hasty scribblings
Poetry in motion;
Grassy blooms unnoticed


Rose garden memories
Touch of rapture;
Thorny issues exfoliate


Sweet yellow guava
Pleasant tasty treat;
Oxford Road townhouse


This old Jasmine tree
Fondly remembers;
Our rowdy flower picking


Joy wears a face
Nature reveals seasons;
Change comes to all


Look to strange change
To re-jig feelings;
Afternoon rain respite


Be of good cheer
Bear with bad weather;
Dance with danger


Mid-autumn frolic
Peace in kind harvest;
Moon cakes and moonlight


Ghosts of lovers past
Touch of fond rapture;
Breezy plumeria garden


Voice in the wind
Fragrant with rain;
Black clouds threaten


Evening stroll
Plumeria flowers preside


So much to discern
Harmony trees here;
Gardens By The Bay


Evening serenade
Cicadas and frogs;
Sounds at nightfall


Orchard Boulevard stroll
Sense surrounds;
Fragrant touch sifting


Two yellow butterflies
Fluttering between shrubs;
Sky Bridge tower above


Haiku surprise
Or senryu moment;
Experience reveals


Observe dear heart
What nature shows;
See things clearly


Frangipani tree
Crimson and red flowers;
Walkway perfumery 


Leon Enriquez
10 August 2014

Poem Details | by jeanine dejesus |
Categories: life, nature, peace, uplifting,


As the honeybee
Drifts from flower to flower
Another joins it

Poem Details | by Raul Moreno |
Categories: nature

Weeping Willow

With slouching branches
The skin breaks to flower pods,
And the willow weeps.

Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

lovely daffodil

lovely daffodil
leading  springtime flower parade
mystical march dance

Poem Details | by Abdullah Alhemaidy |
Categories: butterfly, flower, nature,


big two eyes
wing face
nice flower is watched 

Poem Details | by Poet Destroyer A |
Categories: life, natureflower, flower,



___hello kitty___

pretty and stylish
clean sassy paw print shower
purr-fect flower smell

__sea of stupidity___

life without reason
beauty vanished common sense
follow the leader

___city dreams___

low rise grey sunrise 
dusty wind music terror
crystal clear sunset.

___brain storming___

business in the sky
thirst engraved in my sand wall
wishing well compel

___live bait___

catch me if you can
deep under salty water
aquatic spew smell

___turtle wax___

twisted fresh smell
beautiful shine in the sun
clear crystal rain X

___lonely and apart___

an empty kettle
fall like a flower petal
wet window ledge

___ Margarita Time__

stainless creation
blizzard form from tornado
cold temptations

___ withdrawals ___

clouds hide down below
my heart, my body, my soul
a certain form lost


Poem Details | by Poet Destroyer A |
Categories: funny, nature, roses are


Roses for you!

petals all over
sexy, sexy as can be
press the flesh tonight

my roses are black, 
did I forget the water 
dry flower bed!!

my roses are red, 
give me a kiss, sweet as you
potion pucker lips

flowers for the dead
roses running through my head
zombies are blue.

ouch! ouch! prickly thorns 
rose blood, falling all around, 
snake under my bed

I did not mean it
I'm sorry! I'm so sorry!
here have 2 roses

baby bash, ice cream
only In America
roses in demand 


Poem Details | by Eve Roper |
Categories: courage,

Flower Child


                                                   sixty-three hippie
                                             guard supervise prisoners  
                                                daisies woven crown

© By: Eve Roper
3/1 6/2015

This is in honor of my sister in-law, she use to be a flower child when she was in her teensShe has been a prison guard for almost 16 years and she has never grown out of the era of dress....?????

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 Diane M Quinlan |
Categories: color, dance, imagery, inspirational,

Five Haiku Pansy Poems

color, dance, imagery, inspirational, poetry, wind, word play,

In my pansy patch 
The flower petals surround
Cherub expressions!

The pansy petals 
Edge their small faces in bonnets
Framing heads so well

Flower pansy dresses 
My petal faeries wear well
‘Show-offs’ with such airs!

My faerie pansies
Bow and bend to the winds song
Under the sky blue!

Butterfly sets down
Over the pansy’s  to draw
Syrup in the cup!

Poem Details | by Joseph Spence Sr |
Categories: happiness, hope, inspirational, nature,

God's Radiance

blossom in our lives
       such a flower of fragrance:/
              sunshine in our hearts

©   Joseph, May 16, 2009
©   All Rights Reserved


Joseph SSpence, Sr., is the author of "The Awakened One Poetics" (2009), which is 
published in seven different languagesHe invented the Epulaeryu poetry form, which 
focuses on succulent cuisines and drinksHe is published in various forums, including the 
World Haiku Association; Poetinis Druskininku, Milwaukee Area College, Phoenix Magazine; 
Möbius Poetry, and Taj Mahal Review to name a fewJoseph is a Goodwill Ambassador for 
the state of Arkansas, USA, a college faculty, and a military veteran.


Poem Details | by Ann Roske |
Categories: fantasy, imagination, native american,

Flower Moon

dawn bright sky full flower moon of may lunar rise
One of the Native American names for the full moon in May is the the "Flower Moon" If it is clear where you live May 5 is the night of the flower moon Enjoy her beauty if you can.

Poem Details | by Jimmy Anderson |
Categories: nature


many daffodils
beautiful on windowsills
narcissus appeals

one yellow divine
single or double refine
purist flower mine

dainty and sublime
standing hours at a time
waving in their prime

*For Carol Browns "What's The Buzz" Haiku contest

Poem Details | by Phyllis Babcock |
Categories: nature


She wraps herself now
in dress of fine greenery
welcoming the spring.

She paints the flowers
in magical  colored hues
floral paradise.

The new buds of spring
bring forth the pussy willow
signs of early spring.

Crocus on the hills
stretch to seek the morning sun
first flower of spring.

For Carols contest.

Poem Details | by LINDA JACKSON |
Categories: nature,

A Country Lane

    leafy, tree lined lanes
    rich,  wild flower verges -
    damselfly sparkles

Poem Details | by Michael Dom |
Categories: beach, romantic, flower, flower,

my own favourite haiku - so far

Haiku for frangipani in bloom:

nocturnal bouquet 
of frangipani in bloom –
olfactory fruits

teasing aromas
adorning a young girls hair – 
swaying moonlit palms

moths seeking nectar
flutter, flower to flower – 
new buds at sunrise.

Poem Details | by Jyoti Sonnet |
Categories: nature,

Haiku: A Flower Of Cactus

Contradiction viewed
As flower blooms on cactus
A plant of spines

Poem Details | by Erich Goller |
Categories: native american,

Wild Flower

Wild Flower wild flower carpet in the garden of roses nature’s harmony Erich JGoller Haiku contest Decmber 10

Poem Details | by Gerard Keogh Jr. |
Categories: husband, wife

forlorn ice slit bedroom

Haiku  Straying Husband

forlorn ice slit bedroom
frail flower between your legs...
ardor expires

Tanka   Stay At Home Wife

hours ravage ardor
supple sin envelopes grey
thick belly obscures
erotic athletes wrestle
loyalty in lieu of love

Poem Details | by Deborah Burch |
Categories: life, nature, philosophy,

Pond Life: Lillypads And Frogs

Pond Life: Lillypads and Frogs

lotus flower blooms
showa koi search old pond
pollywogs scatter

pulsing dragonfly
above shadowed frog on pad
unbridled tongue fast

~by deborah burch©

Poem Details | by Reynaldo Mast |
Categories: devotion, flower, happiness, hope,

A Flower on a Branch

A flower petal

Blossom on a long tree branch

With a bright color

Poem Details | by Mike Martin |
Categories: cat, dog, horse, lost

Louie's Pets

Louie had a dog It didn't like his cat much Louie sold the cat Louie liked his dog The dog was always faithful They always played ball Louie had a horse It didn't like his dog much Louie sold the dog Louie rode all day He never missed his dog He never looked back He plucked a flower One fine day in the meadow His heart was strucken I can see your grin I can tell what you're thinking I can read your mind He misses his pets But Louie has no regrets Except for his cat
Copyright © Mike Martin 2015

Poem Details | by jack horne |
Categories: animals,

a gorilla eats

a gorilla
eats a yellow flower - -
humming birds flee

lol, had to use that gorilla
jack horne for sidney’s contest

Poem Details | by Nola Perez |
Categories: summer,


Plucky flower may 
be plucked if someone 
has a little pluck 

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: change,


Rainy day clouds
Ominous shades;
Wet, wet, wet


Dawn unzips
Light spreads far;
New birth unravels


Sleepy face murmurs
Echoes of last dream;
Blurry awakening


Coffee brew
Caffeine fix lingers;
Eyes wide open


Hibiscus florals
Pink, orange and red blooms;
Bright sensations


Stylish flower shoppe 
Punctuates busy avenue;
Brilliant conversations


Meal time escalades
Hunger pangs loiter;
Food court queues


We are prisoners here
Minding our business;
Mental cells confine


Draft after draft
Regurgitate old biases;
Emperor's new clothes


Bamboo grooves line
Passageway to nowhere;
Meet you there


Moon gate moments
Lavish garden tryst;
Find hidden gems


Pleasure is nice
In simple finds;
Beauty shows


Ants crawling round
Winding worker procession;
Purposeful ventures


Home kitchen commotion
Awesome flavours;
Discerning moments


In a fond touch
Homely welcome;
Purge all pain


Drama entertains
Catchup TV;
Feisty commentary


Digital age flings
Gadgets and tablets;
e-Everything booms


Crazy greets touchy
Dramatic escalations;
Zigzag world alarms


Late night silence
Stormy rain hurling;
Sleep comes quick


Routines prescribe
Certain repetition;
Muse finds room


Leon Enriquez
04 December 2014

Poem Details | by Mike Butler |
Categories: life, nature


As the universe 
Expands exponentially
My flower has died.

Submitted for Gareth's "Familiarity Unknown" contest

Poem Details | by Russell Sivey |
Categories: love, rain, relationship,

Passion Extreme

The flower passion Runs rampant between the two… Loving rain flowing Rain brings together Enhances lust quite higher… Nude ones coalesce
Picture #6 Russell Sivey Contest: Kissing In The Rain (2 haiku) nature style Sponsor: Poet Destroyer A 5/22/2013

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 Dr. Upma A. Sharma |
Categories: hope,

A Blooming Flower

Blooming flower

Drought and barren land,
One drop of water can swirl,
A blooming flower !

Haiku- 5/7/5
Written October 29th, 2014
Poet- DrUpma ASharma

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: allusion,


Spring rain
Swaying trees;
Howling wind

Wet cherry blossoms
Dewy flower carpet;
Trail of footsteps

This sudden splash
Vivid skyline colours;
Rainbow reminder

Eastern shores
Sea at high tide;
Misty translucence

Lovers by seaside
Sunset serenade;
Fragrant promises

Sunset strip
Winding pathway;
Moments slip away

Love wears a smile
Spontaneous feel;
Authentic embrace

Here by the bay
Seagulls congregate;
Birdsong sermons

Mango clusters
Ready harvest;
Chutney forthcoming

Vegetable mix
Salad dinner meal;
Cool sitcom heralds

Saturday newspapers
Extra thick volume;
Too much to digest

Years have mellowed
Old couple sit together;
Silently talking in smiles

Diabetic in wheelchair
Distraught temper;
Selling tissue packs

Touch of magic
Calm enlightenment;
Charm deposits

Bank queue at noon
Sea of faces;
Unknown agendas

Come let us see
Beyond creature comforts;
Confront hazards

Once upon a blue moon
This invitational;
Rites of passage

By and by,
The vast dark skies;
Awaiting thunder

Blur as a squid
This instance here;
Lost in translation

Joy in the rain
This funny feeling;
Live in sure verge

Leon Enriquez
26 Apr 2014

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 Kim Merryman |
Categories: nature, flower, flower,


flit from flower to flower --
a soft breeze blows

3/13/12 by Kim Merryman
for PD's  "Favorite or Best Haiku" contest

Categories: love,

the flower feels love

the flower feels love
Condensed in her heart and thrills
spills honey for bees

Poem Details | by Kenneth Fordham |
Categories: imagination, introspection, life, nature,


A flower today,
Did you really see it.
How many petals?

Poem Details | by Leon Stacey |
Categories: anniversary, family, friendship, nature,

Brown-eyed Susan

Wild flower bouquets
Handpicked, wrapped with blades of grass
Placed in her clay jars

Poem Details | by charlotte bevan |
Categories: life, nature, peace, people,

a tall flower

The silent rain does fall, 
Onto the flower alone
It grows tall and strong

Poem Details | by John Beam |
Categories: flower, i love you,

My Christmas Rose

legend of blossoms                                                                                                        a gift given may flower                                                                                              dear your in full bloom

Poem Details | by Jayaratne Weerakkody |
Categories: judgement,


At the dawn 
After vanishing darkness, 
Brightly dressed 
Hibiscus flower 
Inquired the dragon fly
Who said I am beautiful?
Not me, those who expect something from you! 

Jayaratne Weerakkody

Poem Details | by Archana Kapoor Nagpal |
Categories: beautiful, nature, seasons,

Spring Comes

sultry morning –
from one flower to another
a butterfly 

Poem Details | by Abdulhafeez Oyewole |
Categories: analogy, education, image, inspiration,

Haiku Three

Have you met this sight... Rose flower during the day Tis what worth seeing Have you heard this song... Nightingale voice in the dark Tis what worth hearing

Poem Details | by Ann Roske |
Categories: confusion, imagination, nature, satire,

Are You Sure It's Spring

tiny flakes
drift like flower petals
east wind blowing spring snow

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick |
Categories: life, nature,

red geraniums

red geraniums growing in a flower box... approaching dark storm

Poem Details | by Michael J. Falotico |
Categories: life, nature,

a new flower

The Precept: Nature's Haiku contest

                                                         a tear from Heaven.
                                              drops and splashes on the ground.
                                                         a new flower grows.