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Poem Details | by Evelyn Judy Buehler
Categories: animal, bird, day, nature, snow, winter,

frigid noon

the still black eyed hare
rests under icicle eaves~
birds eat bearberries


12-15-2019
Writing Challenge, December - Winter Haiku or Senryu
Sponsor, Dear Heart - Wiishkobe Ode


Poem Details | by Oluwaseun Ogunbiyi
Categories: life, people,

A child's liberty

A child’s liberty
Swift as a guiltless white hare
Sprinting in splendor.

Poem Details | by Kristin Carter
Categories: adventure, imagination, life, mystery, places,

Just Like Alice

Follow the white hare,
among the wildflowers
into Wonderland.

Poem Details | by Rollo West
Categories: life,

Circle of Life

 
Eagle takes to flight A snowshoe hare seeks shelter The circle of life

Poem Details | by Natalie The Rogue Rhymer
Categories: nature,

moles last supper

mole savors plump worm
as hare eyes imminent feast –
blissful last supper



Poem Details | by Doris Culverhouse
Categories: sports

Zero Friction

Olympian speed
Tortise and hare race for gold
Disqualified, rage


Anybody watch the Olympics?

Inspired by a poem by Sara Kendrick this morning!! Thanks for the inspiration mom.


Poem Details | by Rollo West
Categories: nature,

Whiteness Contest

Sea caps, white, shadows Fin, cutting above surface White caps part, Great White
Herons calling out Congregating over cove A gaggle of clouds
Eagle soars above Snowshoe hare, new tracks, no hare Disguise of whiteness

Poem Details | by kewayne wadley
Categories: black african american, fun, funny, silly,

Tortoise And The Hare

If a turtle could.
He would walk faster- maybe.
Find some dynamite.

Poem Details | by LINDA JACKSON
Categories: nature,

Mountain Hare


   the mountain hare 
   turns from brown to white -
   eagle circles

Poem Details | by Robb A. Kopp
Categories: adventure, animals, nature

Bobcat

Playing cat and hare
Cotton tail was unaware 
Till she caught his stare

By Robb A. Kopp

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

What Does The Fox Say


quietly sitting dark eyes watching the world pass singing his own song red through the forest tail his rudder as he goes if a fox can smile a hare passes by lifting his nose he goes on maybe tomorrow Woo-oo-oo-ooo

Poem Details | by Patricia Sawyer
Categories: adventure, animals, death

In the Cemetery

an old cemetery
tilted gravestones thrusting
~ a Hare nibbles grass

Poem Details | by SuriShiva Kumar
Categories: appreciation, imagination, inspirational,

Profound Simplicity

Hare gazing Full moon
Lotus heart in murky sludge
Metaphor for life!

Poem Details | by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
Categories: lust, satire,

Hyena called hyenas

Hyena called hyenas
to teach them humility
but a fight broke out

They shouted and fought
other animals laughed loud
many broke their ribs

The Hare told them
Do not wear oversize cloth
Think before you try



Poem Details | by Linda Alice Fowler
Categories: animal, imagery, moon, nature, seasons, spiritual, winter,

Long Nights Moon

cold moon horizon~
	omniscient orb delays dawn
		snowshoe hare shivers 

Poem Details | by Bernard F. Asuncion
Categories: poems,

Heart Of Poetry

H-eart of poetry
A-ims to entertain readers
I-n different forms.
K-eep up the good work,
U-sing old and new designs,
S-hare them with the world.
T-hink about the styles
I-n composing verse or rhyme,
C-hoosing the right words.

Form: Haikustic

Poem Details | by Bernard F. Asuncion
Categories: poetry,

Deep Distress

A-gony and grief
S-hare the poignant depression, 
H-aving felt so sad.

Form: Haikustic

Poem Details | by kurtis Steigmann
Categories: animal, nature,

The Hare

Swiftly and bravely,
The Hare scatters from its home,
a glimpse of nature.

Poem Details | by Jennifer Cahill
Categories: allusion, animal, autumn,

Oat Nut Bread

The radio speaks 
of race- children laugh in the dark.
The big eared squirrel

with coffee bean eyes
knows why I toss oat-nut bread 
to the Autumn chill.

A sand- colored hare
softly hops, catches my breath.
The sailor sees land.