Haiku Poems About Egret | Egret Haiku Poems

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Poem Details | by Kim Merryman
Categories: bird, morning, sea,


early morning walk
     breathing in salty sea air --
           an egret takes flight.


Poem Details | by Barbara Gorelick
Categories: life, nature


The wind grabs and pulls
        On one leg he faces winter 
                   The Egret endures

Poem Details | by Sara Kendrick
Categories: farm,

White Egret

white egret feeds on sumptuous fare in mowed field.... collasped farm buildings

Poem Details | by Terry L. Allen
Categories: nature, seasons,

Mint Green Trees

white Egret in flight
                                           mint green trees surround lily pond
                                                      in soft morning mist.

Poem Details | by Barbara Gorelick
Categories: animals, nature

White Egret Flying

white egret flying disappears in morning mist ghost of moon lingers

Poem Details | by Bharti Shubham
Categories: nature,


Spring wind
speck by a silence
of snowy egret

Bharti Shubham

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


no farm animals graze in a freshly mowed field one white egret feeds

Poem Details | by Barbara Gorelick
Categories: animal, nature,


the dragonfly lands 
                            on a gently swaying reed
                               an egret watching

Poem Details | by Tania Kitchin
Categories: bird, nature,

Early Bird

early morning fog
rises from the quiet pond...
an egret prances

Poem Details | by Romeo Naces
Categories: animals, nature, seasons,

Mud Egret

. . . gray mist whiffs low

                 egret, buffalo's back

                           weeds green, mud black . . .

Poem Details | by Glenn Laundre
Categories: introspection, longing, meaningful, religion,

3 Haiku

In…. Out

Someday it shall
Be found

Arms reach out
But not in the direction
I wish

Egret but 12 feet away
Flea bites round my ankles

Poem Details | by Jennifer Cahill
Categories: allusion, august, beautiful,

A Haiku Triad: a New Love Song, Within a New Morn'

A half- moon is punched 
into the sky washed with sea 
tints this August morn'.

The wings of a young 
snow- white egret are spread,
as he hovers, and dips

into the water-
fall. The deep robicund land
surrounds the river.