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Terra Firma

Earth playing in space.
Rolling over and over.
Sunrise, sunset, spin!

Copyright © Marty Owens | Year Posted 2010

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The Question of all Questionku's

#1~Science Fiction~

humanity,
Is intelligent 
plan based on the Bible?
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#2~Inward Meditation~

knowledge, ego
during my lifetime
one question, Who Am I?
***


By;PD

Copyright © Poet Destroyer A | Year Posted 2012

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UFO

Until I see them Frame me as a doubting Tom. Once will be enough. Until they see me Friends I’ll never claim they are. Otherwise, you’re nuts Written By John Posey 04/17/13

Copyright © John Posey | Year Posted 2013

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darker than raindrops

darker than raindrops
mushroom cloud blooming purple....
I can see my bones

Copyright © Gerard Keogh Jr. | Year Posted 2011

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Silence

Silence can deceive                                        
One's quiet to understand
Another to destroy

Copyright © viviane leite | Year Posted 2011

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' Metaphysical Moment (The Haiku)

Metaphysical Moment (The Haiku)

           Understanding A
       Metaphysical Moment …
       … Nature’s Mysteries



                 This Haiku is for:
       The Haiku Master ‘Raul’ Moreno
Metaphysical Poet Extraordinaire’ (smile))

                        MoonBee

Copyright © MoonBee Canady | Year Posted 2009

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Natural Wonder {Haiku}

multi-colored lights
aurora borealis
spirits in the sky

Copyright © Michael Jordan | Year Posted 2007

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Bottled Love Haiku

If love is a drug
my chemist doesn't have it.
Where can I find some?

Copyright © Brian Morton | Year Posted 2014

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Save Earth From Pollution

There are solutions
To save earth from pollution
New resolutions

Copyright © shannon farlouis | Year Posted 2010

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Three Abstract Steps to Happiness

reset at zero
all things homogeneous
return and be one

Copyright © Ronaldo Vigo | Year Posted 2014

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Fast And Furious

                                




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                              Converted Street Racing Cars
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                                       Nitrous Oxide Gas 






                                     © Copyright KC.Leake
                                          9th April 2015
                                       All Rights Reserved



Copyright © kevin leake | Year Posted 2015

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A Change of Seasons - Haiku 2

                                               




                                                     icicles 
                                          crying a river of tears
                                             for winter is gone

                                                        ~~~~~

Copyright © Elaine George | Year Posted 2010

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Tranquility

Log in the fireplace,
Enjoying a good author
While petting my dog

Copyright © Mark J. Halliday | Year Posted 2014

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The Apple Don't Fall Far From The Tree

<                                          amidst .... apple tree
                                        black bear .... pounces limb
                                              cubs wait .... below









Entry For
Andrea Dietrich's
Fall Animal Haiku Contest
G.L. All
                                            

Copyright © Katherine Stella | Year Posted 2010

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Gravity

Encapsulated

by gravitational pull

'Observation earth'

Copyright © theresa stephens | Year Posted 2014

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Cat or not

Cat or not a cat
Schrödinger's key question of our
quantum universe

Copyright © Dave Will | Year Posted 2014

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Matter's Illusion

Matter's eternal
Not created nor destroyed
Endlessly it is.

Molecules combined
Created life's illusion
Serving no purpose

Life makes no matter
The burden of conscious thought 
purpose ever sought

Copyright © Joe Inca | Year Posted 2011

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Gravity

Centrifugal force
Would spin us away from Earth
But for gravity

Copyright © Mark J. Halliday | Year Posted 2014

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Gravity


Gravity
lovers forever jealous Earth clings to her Moon – a sweet entrapment
Entered in contest "Picture This #1" sponsored by SKAT A (6-20-2014)

Copyright © Pandita Sanchez | Year Posted 2014

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Photosynthaiku

Flower in the ground
Relies on the sun shining
Dirt and CO2

Copyright © ... Gigno | Year Posted 2014

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Mermaids

Beautiful mermaids:
Mythical ocean dwellers.
Why don't they have gills?
Mythical mermaids--
If real, are they then friendly,
Or are they Sirens?
Caught you a mermaid?
Best not fall in love with her.
They don't mate, they spawn!

Copyright © Mark J. Halliday | Year Posted 2014

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Solar System - A

Celestial spheres... marvels of the cosmos but marbles for the Gods.

Copyright © John Michaels | Year Posted 2014

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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.

Copyright © Ann Roske | Year Posted 2012

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velvet sky

velvet sky--
star burns through canopy 
leaves black hole

Copyright © binibining P.iNk | Year Posted 2011

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Photosynthesis

Buzzing honeybee,
Beautiful flower
Pollinating others.

-Caroline Youngless

Copyright © Caroline Youngless | Year Posted 2012

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Forces

Maxwell, strong and weak All the rest is gravity F = m a

Copyright © Terry O'Leary | Year Posted 2012

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Street Technology

                                        




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                                      Big Brother Is Watching Us
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                                           His Eyes Everywhere




                                          

                                          © Copyright KC.Leake
                                                19th April 2015
                                             All Rights Reserved

Copyright © kevin leake | Year Posted 2015

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Mooku: Haikus on the Moon: with Cliff Notes

1. Lunar Perspective #1

month long day and night
also sees earth wax and wane
no season penchant


2. Lunar Perspective #2

moon's sun mimics earth's
earth pirouettes on star stage
sun’s smile Cheshire Cat


3. Lunar Perspective #3

moon turns once per month
lunar tides dictate strangeness
heat loss froze moon’s face


4. Lunar Perspective #4

one quarter earth’s size
creation’s spring, born of fire,
runt of the litter


5. Lunar Perspective #5

moon is problem child
with no tilt seasons languish
haiku redefined?


6. Lunar Perspective #6

evolution’s fall -
dangerous precession tamed
by earth’s sibling’s mass


7. Lunar Perspective #7

eggs have their season
star dust life defying odds -
sister of mercy

8. Lunar Perspective #8

seasons change in sky
rain a distant memory
blue moon poet's blues

9. Lunar Perspectives #9

boy/girl in earthlight
cratered love finds its season
waxing blue planet



Brian Johnston


Poet's Notes:
As I learn more about writing haiku and hear practitioners speak of snapshots of experience/nature and concrete images the more restricted I feel. This poem looks at haiku from an unusual perspective. Almost no one has any experience with really seeing things on the moon, but with science we can imagine concrete images and snapshots that are at least as real as any we see on earth. The paradox of this for future haiku writers is amazing I think. One is tempted to ask if any truly concrete images actually exist. Is the mind's eye as good as our own? Is what we see with our eyes any more real than what we imagine at times?

Is language even possible that is not emotional and could objectivity be a farce? An eskimo for example has 40 different words for "snow" it is said. How could an eskimo's haiku that used this word ever be translated accurately without resorting to poetic devices such as simile, metaphor, rhyme and anthropomorphism?

Stay tuned for other developments or share your insights with the rest of us.

Cliff notes (for the curious):
I have written a poetic version of what it would be like to live on the moon, what you would see there. Of course no one lives there now so these poems need to use mentally reconstructed images of what life would be like if you did live there. So the point of this poem is to ridicule the idea that haiku have to be concrete images or photographs of anything. Traditional haiku people are going to love this I'm sure! 

Stanza 1 basically tells you that if you were living on the moon, then one day there would be the equivalent of 30 earth days... you would have 15 earth days of light and 15 earth days of darkness. And if you could see the earth where you are on the lunar surface you would see it going through phases just like how we see the moon go through phases here on earth. However, unlike the earth the moon has no seasons at all. This is also a jab at traditional haiku rules that require a nature reference in every haiku and consider seasons like we have here on earth to be a part of nature. Well seasons may be part of nature on earth but on the moon they are not part of nature at all. Can you believe I say all of this in just 17 syllables? 

Stanza 2 contrasts the behavior of the sun as seen from the moon with how the earth behaves which is much different. Basically it takes 15 days from the time that the sun rises on the moon until the time that it sets. But the earth simply stands still in the same place in the sky all the time, i.e., for the whole number of earth days that it takes the sun to rise, set and rise again. The earth never rises and sets for a person that lives in one place on the moon. But in fact as the earth goes through its moon like phases, we do see the earth revolving once every 24 hours while occupying the same sky. The real weirdness though is that since the moon has no atmosphere, there is no extended sunrise or sunset. Instead the day begins and ends instantly like the Cheshire cat's smile. So this explains the 2nd haiku! Ha!

Copyright © Brian Johnston | Year Posted 2015

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Aliens at Your Bedroom Window

Don’t worry now child
There's no god, so worship space
You are not alone.

Copyright © Dan Keir | Year Posted 2012

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Atmospheric Circulation

when gases abound spatial scales classified bulk movement declares

Copyright © James Fraser | Year Posted 2015