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THANK YOU for the NOTHING IS TABU HAIKU for POET DESTROYER

a crown of cold clouds obscures a peak far too proud ~ mount indifference the muse will not land words just can not understand~ judgement's rough offence A lush valley calls Free of harsh, barrier walls~ and haiku defence winged lines soar, now wise sweet poet gave us . . . sunrise bright, choral incense
Haiku can rhyme, have alliteration, personification and even punctuation. A genuine thank you to Poet Destroyer for giving poets who would otherwise feel daunted by haiku the freedom to think outside the box and try something different. Thanks, PD. This one is for you. :-)


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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


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5/7/5 HAIKU with a KIGO

ICED, admonition …
                       
                             Cut with colon dash elipsis,

                                                                          no rhymes are served up!


For Haiku contest


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Are haiku Guinea Pigs


From old pond frog
to  this Questionku--
are haiku Guinea Pigs?


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TAKE THIS HAIKU AND SHOVE IT

sea’s hidden jewel . . .

sand’s grit becomes a smooth pearl

oyster suckles gem



*Not for some uptight, lord-of-the-Haiku, my-way-or-the-highway, There-is-only-one-right-way contest.  Just 'cause!

Some people have haiku issues, CHILL! 

I don't usually snarl, but now, really, come on! 




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This Place (Haiku)

(Paint me a picture with your words)


Clear rivers of life 
will flow through this handsome place 
Colored with true love 

© Adell Foster


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Butterfly Words Haiku Medley

The word butterflies
Flitting past the paper net 
Illusive to me

I open my heart
Showing them my thought flowers
Enticing them in

I catch every one
Feed them from my soul’s nectar
They fly now to you.

Open your heart wide
Give home to my butterflies
My love’s on their wings

Eileen Manassian Ghali


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PUBLISHED HAIKU FROM MAGAZINES THAT BREAK MOLDS

More about haiku. 

I was interested in learning about MODERN haiku and did some digging around tonight. Here’s basically what I learned. Haiku has and is changing.

Here are some haiku poems published in magazines. I enjoyed each of these and thought I’d share them with you. Note that they do not follow CONVENTIONAL haiku format, some use PERSONIFICATION and each, to me, are just gorgeous. These are recognized as true blue haiku. 

DO NOT LET ANYONE TELL YOU THAT HAIKU CAN ONLY BE WRITTEN ONE WAY or to tell you, “You can’t do that. Haiku doesn’t…" 

The magazines listed below also have great articles about English haiku. Great reads, all! They push the haiku envelope!

Read the haiku below and tell me what you think? Are these haiku or NOT? The editors of these recognized magazines thought so, and who am I to argue with them? 

From the magazine Simply Haiku

By Gary Eaton

winter gale -
carrying a lantern
to the attic window

By Linda Marshall

the raincrow's cry--
even on this sunny day
I think of old age

From the magazine Haiku Presence: 

by Carolyn Gourlay : 

evening sun-
the shadow supporting 
its small leaf

by David Rollins

candlelight—
a gust through the door
disturbs the shadows

by Maurice Tasnier

fading foxgloves
giving themselves up
at a touch


From Frogpond magazine:

By Dorothy McLaughlin, New Jersey

morning tea 
sunlight rests on the chair 
we still call yours

By Thiaga Rajan, India

the slant of sun
half of her
on half of him

By an'ya Gilchrist, Oregon

red sunrise 
a taste of the campfire 
still in his beard


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' Uni-Verse...' (Haiku # 11)

   ‘ Uni-Verse ’   Haiku  # 11

        Oh, What Universe
What Grand Word, Did God Speak First
     ... Gave Beginning – Birth !


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Broken (Haiku)

The battered rose lay, 
sorely strewn upon the earth, 
as lifeless beauty