Haiku Poems About Spiritual | Spiritual Haiku Poems

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

Poem Details | by Andrea Dietrich |
Categories: mother daughter, sister,

My Family

flowers are women
in my family’s garden -
Mom and her daughters

rhythm surrounds me
as I sway in contentment -
September’s Aster

Geranium Jen
bends graciously in the breeze - 
our southern comfort

charming Melanie
with her sunflower brightness
warms us with her smiles

Our sister Doris
the stalwart Gladiolus
will never fail us

With perseverance
Thea boldly holds her own -
sweet Delphinium

Mom at our center
a spiritual iris
simply inspires us

A forget-me-not
for my sisters and mother -
and roses of love

WRitten May 3, 2016 for the Haiku on "My Family"Poetry Contest of marvin celestial

(I used flowers that symbolized the traits of my sisters and my mother)

Poem Details | by The Situation |
Categories: introspection,

the trade

my love shines on you
a spiritual exchange
desire shines on me

give yourself to me
you can have anything you want
except your freedom

Poem Details | by Bhavna khemlani |
Categories: deep, devotion, faith, inspiration,

Love you more

Your Spiritual self reflects purity
experience has shaped who your are
every moment makes me Love you more.

Poem Details | by Nino Luca Bellesia |
Categories: religion,

An aphorism about religion

Many of us search in religion a point of reference that is a spiritual course that direct all of  our lifeAs if we were going on a road and on this we would find at a certain moment at an intersection  therefore we do not know which is the right road  but the only certainty that we have is that where we are now is not where we want to arrive so it be necessary that we choose one and we direct on this.

Poem Details | by Sidney Hall Mad Poet |
Categories: philosophy

Smiles and Frowns

a smile complements spiritual contentment
melts sorrows of the heart
a frown, a facial attire worn alone

**Michael JFalotico contest**

Poem Details | by Eve Roper |
Categories: memory,

Derelict Beauty

                                               forsaken beth-El

                                    sermons echo while souls heed

                                                spiritual light

By Eve Roper 3/14/2015

Poem Details | by Nancy Jones |
Categories: introspection,

Parting Shots

Good sex
is a prelude to spiritual growth
or is it?


vice versa?

Poem Details | by Ravi Sathasivam |
Categories: philosophy,

my own proverbs

" True spiritual knowledge and sincerity
   are the cornerstone  of love"

- Ravi Sathasivam

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

Godly Horn Haiku

Godly Horn Haiku

So be ministerial
Much better will feel.

Should associate
With God and cannot wait
To self educate.

What God does demand
Must have Bible in my hand
For life to be grand.

So why put on airs
God for us He always cares
Should keep in cross hairs.

Why fear or have fraught?
Start loving God a lot
Comfort will be brought.

Minds may need much fuel
Go to church and Sunday school
Elephant and mule.
(Makes no difference what party you belong to.)

Thought with you will share
God is here, there everywhere
More time with Him spare.

My Horn Haiku was designed for Katherine Moore
and Spiritual Writing Workshop that is sponsored
by Greater Shallotte Ministerial Association to be
held at Lutheran Church on US 17 on Saturday,
September 10th, 2016.

James Serious Mysterious Horn
Retired Veteran and Poet 


Poem Details | by Steven Federle |
Categories: creation, god, life, night,

Life Itself

“It is that life itself, fully awake, fully active, 
fully aware that it is aliveIt is spiritual wonder.”
Thomas Merton, New Seeds of Contemplation


Dark rain penetrates
tender leaves, swells spirits, sparks
dormant roots to life.

Like a god, Your star
ascends; with wonder and grace
shines Your mighty face!

Poem Details | by Brandon Turner |
Categories: god, good night,

Spiritual story

The Kou the All Mighty King the Higher Power the LORD besides this to 362 pagesMy story my spiritual storyI am the embodiment of man but spiritually a woman both man and woman both man and woman and man both spiritually and man and also a fox a nine-tailed fox that is both man and womanMy father is like you mean he is the man he is the main and legendary Ninetales he began in the beginning of time he was the first son he was the first sign of the Kou the first son of the Ohio won the first sign of the Lord he is not a demon he is Sister koumi he is a spirit to me does not mean God can we just mean Spirit human does that mean body made of man koumi assistant Spirit human can be whatever he wants to me can be everyone here with me be your lamp can we can be your son can we can be whateverThis is devotion of Shinto which is another domination of Buddhism which is another domination of Hindu Hinduism in their Court of the god of the lord of the one true God the mighty king of all landsI used to take of the sweet of the sucker but now I’m a grown man and woman I am a grown koumi a walk in the spirit a monks manMy mission is to spread through the teachings of the lord of the almighty King the KouLet it be known under my words I’m not teaching their total that high poetry that all animals in all kingdoms even there the insects no of the Kou no of the almighty King they know because they Spears they talk to each other they are not tell the past they are all just spiritually connected and I’m spiritually connected to themWe are all spiritual we are all once once man we are all once was by me are we all ate the apple so we all reverted back and that is why there is evolution that is why did we revert back to a microorganism that is why we were back to what we were because we ate the appleIt is the fruit of the Stars it is the fruit of the stars that is what they Golden Apple in it is the fruit of the Stars it is the fruit at the Lynch is a fruit of the man and it’s the fruit of the Sun that is why the golden apple is and letting it be known that the fire is really the ChristLet it be known that this was 368 line in 17 48000 syllables.

Poem Details | by Brandon Turner |
Categories: art, beautiful, blue,


Short spiritual literary haiku

Slow mind balding back oneself
God holds my hand for years trying to liberate me from oneself
Take by my beauty man lie of my father and grandfather
Waking from ashes is my lust for deadstock make more angle guide my slumber 
Cucw wake me from Blix let me see my wake 
Ra the sun my father race me as a farrow of love.