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Haiku Sympathy Poems | Haiku Poems About Sympathy

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The suicide note

In his suicide note
My poverty is to blame
No one else, he wrote


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Haikus About God: V

Omniscient guy
Yet he lets bad things happen
How can he exist?


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Haikus About God: III

Beauty of nature
Why condense it down to God?
Isn’t life enough?


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Pestilence

Once Every Second,
A child dies in Africa,
Where are your children?


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Haikus About God: IV

God made all people
But some better than others?
Stop being silly.


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Haikus About God: VI

The body: sacred
We’re all made in God’s image
Hence... circumcision?


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What People Were and What People Are

People were
Many things.
Strange or not

People were
Different and
Odd and fun.

People were
Monsters but…
That’s not all

People were
And still are
Strange and odd.

People are
People. For
life is life. 

Yet not.
Not is lies.
Truth seeps from

Every mouth
Lies, lies, lies
Move, move, move

But somehow
Lies prevail.
Lies are life.

Lies are death.
Lies are homes.
Lies are pain.

Lies are truth.
Yet somehow.
Truth prevails.

Truth is life.
Truth is death.
Truth is home.

Truth is pain.
Truth is lie.
Truth is that.

Lies will die.
Lies will cease.
Nevermore.

Truth will live.
Truth will be.
Forever.


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Crisis in Identity

Misguide in knowledge
Misled in society
Grain pretend as wheat

Poor generation
Camouflaged by the motion
Lost in true nation

Your skin ain't no lie
Intelligence miss your mind
Turn back, take a side 

Ain't no harm you plead
To the country where you breathe
Dedicate indeed


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45th- BLANK

there are 2 blank cards
in the angel card deck so
today I'm "depressed"

for this to be the 
best country in the whole world
today it looks sad

just happy that I 
was a member of the age
of Aquarius

our best hour was 
revolution of 60's
created big change

now elephants rule
just capitalistic pigs
love hear themselves squeal



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Partners

Ingenious partners no hesitation.
No loud protest, no obligation. 
No decrepitation, no calcumination. 
No spurious trouble, only festive occasions,
Generosity and probity, no tension. 


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A Cue

To be recogonised...
Doesn't mean you are the best
...Now it should be clear. 

For you yet to win..
Mustn't stop you from dreaming
...belief in yourself.


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Fire

Destroys the Darkness, Shining brightly like the Sun. Burning, destruction.


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UNDERNEATH THIS SMILE

Underneath this smile
see my source of endless joy:
peace, kindness and love.

Nothing I will fear
believing in tomorrow,
to find a rainbow  
stretching over that green hill...
to imagine what's beyond.

Show your sympathy,
share my happiness revealed
underneath this smile.


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Afraid

Rain pours with a blast
The mad symphony deafens
Lend me your hug shield


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Lace

                                                


white laced cotton lay
over the hard open ground
grandma's cup missing


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No Escape

Next to the river
Two foxes stalk a rabbit
As snow is falling


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Beneath Mima's Canopy

Graying clouds, faces
Sprinkled with tears of sorrow...
Deepening thunders

Howling winds, braces
Buffeted by ghastly breath...
Trembling ropes and spikes

Blowing rains, vases
Overturned near grave diggers...
Strewn flower petals

Clearing skies, races
Blanketed the pink coffer...
Gifting her gray vault

Waning tears, faces
Leaked with canopy waters...
Tossing earth within


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Prayer for mercy

when system fails, injustice produced harassment and disappointments.
innocence cursed the cruelty and prayer to God for justice comments.
God hears and develops such nature to punish a guilty person,
God rewards a disease to deliver justice to remove unwanted dents.
Someone's suffering changes human mind and prayer for mercy in seconds.


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Hank's Grave

Forget-me-nots bloom
My darling's epitaph reads
Do you hear the whippoorwill


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tell me

you told me one time 
you cared for me day and night
no im lost with time


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ice

tell me why you know
about the once icy cold
that was in my heart


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Nature's Sympathy

Nature's sympathy
is expressed by its colors
--for my broken heart


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Her Mother killed For Leather

 A kangaroo was searching her mother
She happened to smell the leather boot of a human
And felt it’s smell is of her mother’s …


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LOVE

To slice through
The marvelous Gladiolas
Are all around me
I need to grasp
The moonlight.


That very night
Whispering in a mastery voice
Avoided my despair
Let my body to gallop
Into the white sails.


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Monument

Forgotten but here
Remembered yet never there
Why do you exist?


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Life Is No Picnic

the fourth of july
is no kind of picnic for
our fallen soldiers




You Are Not Forgotten


Happy Fourth Of July To All


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The dirty street lambs

Some dirty street lambs
Hungry and looking for food
Found papers to eat!


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a wollucks barrow

swallow what u seek
                                     walked to watch u reach their
astinden thin air


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TEMPERED GRACE

TEMPERED GRACE

one challenge, one heartbeat, one goal
blinding blast--Boston’s blood
achievements brutally, ruthlessly denied

(My prayers and heart go out to Boston--the Athletes and their loved ones)

Kim van Breda-15 April 2013


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Chardon

A normal day,
A boy sits down with his friends,
He sets his bag down.

They talk about plans,
Ans what's happening later,
They're all unaware.

The day turns drastic,
No one would have suspected,
That this would happens.

A gun is fired,
Into a group of students,
Their plans  are ruined.

My condolences.


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a wradled lession

A fight not spoken 
                               is a voice unwelcome
an inoccent tragdeity


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Soar away

Shy cherry blossom Let the breeze take your dreams way Up to the Heavens.


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Night Walker

This poem is in a style called haibun which uses prose to tell a story, with haiku places
within to bring the story deeper. The haiku must stand on it's own as well as fit into the
story. 



Waking moments with the strong aroma of coffee percolating throughout the house, I arise.
Drifting through the morning mists, I find my way to the kitchen where the hearth-fire
embers, still warm from the night, glow orange in the pre-dawn emptiness. Where are you?
You, who have left your plate upon my table, sticky with basil and fresh eggs? You, who’s
scent upon my skin I wear as the finest perfume, inhaling deeply into my soul, your
remembrance with every breath I take, where are you?

Horizon softens
Night sky melts into daylight
Evanescent dreams

I hurry to open the heavy wooden door, and gaze out as dawn cracks the purple sky and the
smells of spring gust through my doorways, erasing all doubt of what I know. There, fading
in the morning dew, I see your footprints luminescent in crystal light, imprinted upon the
deep green of the forest path. Your tracks are leading away, back from where you came and
where I cannot go, yet. I watch the sun climb the skyline, exposing the stark truth of
daylight, so harsh with it’s radiant glare, that I must turn away. Footprints fading, I
know you are gone, and I return to my cold fire to prepare for another day.

Slate sky epitaph
Morning does not awaken
Shadows chase the light

Many more will come today, with gifts of food and flowers. I have run out of vases, and
places to leave condolences. Excuses for why I do not accept a visit run as dry as unshed
tears through barren conversations. I cannot hear them and it is a great strain to see
them, the daylight hours are too bright, and their apprehension too loud. Forgive me if I
offend, in my knowing of just where I need to be, I did not seek anyones advice anyway.
Looking out past worn curtains I watch for the setting. Crows gather on the budding trees
and raise ruckus in their frenzy to reunite. I know you laugh at me, waiting as I do. I
hear you in those black birds. It’s called a “murder of crows” you’d tell me.
 I hear you in my mind, just as I always did, and I feel your presence as a warm breeze on
the small of my back, but it is not the same, and never was, you know this.
 

Time sprinkled starlight
Darkness holds doorways open
Eternity’s faith


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A Black Shadow Caught

A black shadow caught
in a string of winter web,
afraid to get down


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Rain

Drops without pity,
chastens with violence its preys,
blessing in disguise.


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unheard song

a wrath unfit prism
                              A dark unseen gizim
loud sparking rythum


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The End

The End
Nothing left to say;
journey has been completed,
all is finished now.


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The hairless street dog

A hairless street dog -
Skinny and one leg broken
Limps near the bazaar!


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Rose

From the hand of time
a rose petal falls unjust
wherefore, ugly thorn?


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Flying Frog

From the lily pond
Green frog jumps with eyes on meal
Web legs extending


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untitled

out of love in trust
                               a poor life met needs bent proud
a bed made


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Last Kiss

last kiss
before dying
how tragic




Tribute To 
Our Loved Ones 
On The Other Side

{R.I.P.}


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I Remember

Labor Day
honoring those served
with remembrence







Tribute To
Fallen Soldiers
    R.I.P.


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The Deep Blue Is Rough

The deep blue is rough
Strangers' weary eyes float by
Unknown future waits


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Robbed Without Justice

You told me you loved me
Yet even though it hurt me
You took it away
Now I am left alone while
You live without consequence


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Greed's Blade

Waiting for the blade.
Falling towards greed's wake.
In darkness I fade.


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JUST NATURE [Haiku 2]

Above lightning sky,
Oak split forest deep inside.
Nature dies violent.


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Wild Life Protection

lone ranger waits for
the coming of rain, hoping
to save our species


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Pellets Of Tears

Pellets of tears from
the sky, break the spider web
to free the helpless


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My Morning

This is my morning,
A delicate spectacle,
I wish its love glowed.


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Patience

Catching robin's charm
For him to be on your arms
Patience is a must


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The beginning of last lines

How would it be? 
The beginning of last lines 

It's a task -just like life 

Like filling a well with little pail 
Talking into the mouth from lips 
Growing from the flower to the roots


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like wild cicada


like wild cicada
your throbbing lushness reflects
memoirs of twilight