Haiku Poems About Places | Places Haiku Poems

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

Poem Details | by Carolyn Devonshire |
Categories: introspection

Feelings from the Seventh Sister

River ever flowing
‘fore Gillette’s “Seventh Sister”
nature's beauty thrives

scenic view sparks thoughts
stone castle amid the trees
represents my life

A cool winter day
exhaling yesteryear's dreams
future seems unclear

Note:  William Gillette's estate, called Seventh Sister, was built in 1914
Connecticut's government took over the property in 1943 and it was 
added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.

For Michael’s “Your Thoughts” contest,
by Carolyn Devonshire

Poem Details | by Antonio Juarez |
Categories: art, boyfriend, cute love,

Haikus for Her

Every breath inhaled.
New reasons to fall for you.
When you bat your eyes.

A song in my heart.
Composed of love notes from you.
Wish I could sing it.

If I could, I would 
Give you better things, my dear.
And places to go.

Let the clock tick tock
Let the time fly forever.
You're my forever.

Cold, and harsh, your world.
Mine isn't pleasant either.
Let me hold you close.

Nothing more than to
Kiss you, slow and beautiful.
Make you warm again.

Pressing against skin
A turmoil of passion too.
Don't go away, please.

You are silver smooth
Of the finest argentum
I fly in your eyes

Lay down with me, love
Put your head high on my chest
Reach to kiss my neck

Laugh and roll with me
Waking up without you hurts
I reach for your ghost

I take long showers
The warm water is like you
You warm my cold bones

We danced in the rain
I would not forget that smile
If you shot me dead

If I was stronger
I would lift you forever
I can do short bursts

I have to breath when we kiss.
Or I would not stop

You bring me a joy
I never thought I could have
How do you do it?

Poem Details | by Roof Missing |
Categories: environment, life, remembrance day,

Haiku Number 7

lost treasures recalled - 
bacon smells in morning light
snapping Christmas logs

Long Tooth
June 15, 2016

Poet's Note:
So many wonderful things are now politically incorrect or considered dangerous.
Wood fires are actually banned now in many places because of air quality issues.

Poem Details | by Davin Math |
Categories: adventure, art, confusion, funny,

Clock Poetry

Time ticks and could trick
Could go places unnoticed 
It can kick and trip

Categories: nature,



                                                Elodea anarch
                                          an overwintering child 
                                              an anGel of love

NOTES:Also known as American elodea, common elodea, anacharis, and Canada waterweedElodea provides habitat for many small aquatic animals, which fish and wildlife eatGeese, ducks, and swans are particularly attracted to this plantElodea is an excellent oxygen producer and frequently used by fish to protect fryIn some places especially of Canada and USA they are considered nuisanceI don't think soIts value is yet to be discoveredIt produces slime in water and hence this Gelwe must find out its medicinal propertiesI think the gel may be of use in cosmetics.
you may see this page  :http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elodea

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: change,


Rain hurls wetness
Public places watered;
Soaking exposure


Dark passing clouds
Loiter and linger;
Tears from heaven


Rainy debris
Dry leaves soaked;
Earthy tea brew


Takeaway meal
Local gourmet touch;
Sensorial pleasures


Two crows sit
Rain drenched;
Tree branch spies


Cherry tomatoes
Crunchy sensations;
Power de-tox


Bus ride trip
Nowhere to go;
Surprise awaits


Old movies
Greyscale tones;
Funny talkies


TV serials
High definition colours;
Crystal brilliance


Window view
Twenty storeys high;
Rainy day exposure


Jelly bean pops
Myriad flavours;
Happy sensations


Curves on stilettos
Dangerous temptations;
Futile resistance


Word monger
Shape shifter;
Poetic impulse


A full purse
Wealthy mindset;
Overflowing bounty


Compassionate touch
Authentic stay;
Karmic flowering


Moist scent
Windy pulsations;
Foretells rain


Leon a Enriquez
13 June 2015

Poem Details | by Marty King |
Categories: appreciation, growing up, growth,

age and inspiration haiku

age is in the mind
drifting to places unseen
in the awe of new

Poem Details | by Rhonda Osheim |
Categories: urban


Road is a path,
A connector of places and different ideas,
Road is a guide way like the path of our lives.

Poem Details | by S. Michael Fuller |

Final Rest

                                                           Peaceful places frame
                                                 Our lives as we move through time
                                                           Towards our final rest

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: change,



Songbird psalm
Balcony duet;
Cheery cold morning


Squirrel escapades
Up and down and up;
Curious zigzag


Quick footsteps surge
By parkway bench;
Eyes far away


Old man sits
Stares at people;
Solitary wonder


Chocolate ganache cake
Half for my neighbour;
Gratitude smiles


Silent distress stings
Lift breakdown;
Sultry faces


Rainy blessing
On my forehead;
Aqueous baptism


Cigarette ban enforced
Public places gazetted;
Motley odd faces


Miniature books
Curios I fancy;
Deeply moving


Curious excursions
Wonder greets sore eyes;
Abrupt delights


Takeaway meal packs
Simple nourishment;
TV distractions


Bus stop crowd
Huddle for shelter;
Torrential rain


Darkness rains swift
Night crickets buzz;
Neat escapades


Leon Enriquez
05 June 2016

Poem Details | by Leon Enriquez |
Categories: adventure,


(Dedication: For Anne-Lise Andresen.)

Instant recognition
Blind attitude:
Sees more than enough

Despair reveals
An ugly side:

Little by little
Sounds like a lot;
Hole in pocket

Witty lingo
Awkward tango;
Messy tempo

Learn quickly now
Wear a keen smile;
Screen faces you meet

Joy in sadness
Paradoxical frame;
Picture postcard sent

China in spring
Natural hymnal sounds;
No voice imitates

Peace in the valley
Nothing profound;
Extra plus ordinary fence

Haiku in season
Vivid frolic;
Wild things grow

Small child speaks
Profound sermon;
Hello uncle

Old uncle smiles:
How are you?
Small child hides face

Casual encounter
Familiar face pops up;
Crowded places fence

Birthday thoughts:
Song of morning --
Rapture illuminates 

Fifty-nine revolutions
Around the sun;
Celebrate miracles

Leon Enriquez
08 July 2014

Poem Details | by Joyce Johnson |
Categories: nature


God places pictures
on lakes and on mountain walls.
Hidden gallery.

won 9th place

Poem Details | by Marty King |
Categories: art, beauty, how i

trails like museums haiku

trails lead to places 
protected by God's Great Shield
for those seeking solace....

Poem Details | by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen |
Categories: naturebeautiful, beauty, beautiful, beauty,

Sunlight Sighs

Sunlight Sighs

Peaceful beauty bourn
where cataclysmic chaos
once adorned new dawns.

© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
February 11, 2010

Poetic form:  Haiku

Footnote:  Bourn is an archaic term that has several meanings 
1.	A small stream or brook
2.	A destination; a goal
3.	A boundary; a limit

Line 1:  I used “bourn” in my haiku to bring to mind that the peaceful and beautiful places on 
earth were among God's end goals Creating peaceful and beautiful places 
Line 2:  It may have taken seemingly catastrophic events such as the collision of earth plates 
to bring such mountainous beauty to pass 
Line 3:  And since Day 4 in the creation process, the sun brightened each new day

Poem Details | by James Edward Lee Sr. |
Categories: analogy, appreciation, caregiving, engagement,


by James Edward Lee Sr.

Undo faces you
Revelations too!
Subdue places I choose yours


Poem Details | by Rob Mosher |
Categories: adventure, imagination, travel, work,

Ode to paper

What can you do with it?
It comes in all different colors, shapes and sizes
Distinguishes people who have earned recognition
It gives you something or it loans it to you
It can start or end wars
It can make or break you
You can..
have one piece or millions
Learn from it
laugh or cry with it
get out of a tight space or it can get you into one
get from one place to another with it
decide what you will eat with it
listen to it and see it
owe it or it can owe you
get to places you have never seen
see the world with it
What would you ever do without it!