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Haiku Devotion Poems | Haiku Poems About Devotion

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Thy Valentine

                                              Your Valentine love
                                        Gifted from heaven above
                                          Pure delight , just right

                                               My Valentine kiss
                                        Stealing , revealing , desire
                                              Red wine on wet lips

                                                Hitches and sighs
                                           Hearts and minds taking
                                         Love me 'til morning light ?
                                                      3rd place

                                                    2 / 3 / 2015
                 (double) Valentine Haiku plus Questionku #2 - Poetry contest
                                   sponsored by Poet Destroyer A

Copyright © Bev Smith

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No Chain, No Charm

In Unison-
~No Chain, No Charm~

United we own
Firm, full of finest goodies-
Our ground of freedom.

United we stand
Firm from failure and horror-
On the ground of strength.

United we pray
Faithfully with open mind-
Our bliss is assured.

Copyright © Abdulhafeez Oyewole

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Sandcastle Symbol

Devotion now firm

Cemented by loving hearts --

   Summertime symbol

Entry for the Sandcastle Haiku contest

Copyright © Diane Locksley

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Dying Rose

Vanishing beauty
Your charms rest in memory
Altars chant her name

Copyright © James Marshall Goff

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"...the Voice of the Turtle"

It must be springtime
for she lumbers by her nest
below the fig tree.

Hatchlings soon appear
to scamper into the sea.
She cries out to, "Watch

for eagles above!"
then turns away; her voice now
in praise of new life.

                     ... title inspired by The Song of Solomon 2:12

Copyright © Sue Mason

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heights without ceilings
climber’s roster for success
destiny dynast

Copyright © Verlena S. Walker

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Values At Top Rate

                       --Your Persona, Captures Elegance,
                           Your Heart, Values At Top Rate,
                          Your Soul, Priceless, GODS LOve--

Copyright © Carma Reed

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Hold Fast My Heart

 He baptized my heart with Holy water,
   Rivers pure and clean.
He has set my feet upon the rock,
 With a measure of faith in things unseen.

Like the hands of moses lifted high,
 I will call upon him, he will hear my cry.
If I should stumble, he will break the fall,
 his arms are stretched to reach us all.

I love you Jesus from my heart,
 because you loved me first.
You meet my every need,
 and quench my every thirst!

Hold fast my heart to the one
 who gave his life for me,
Rejoice because he has loosed the chains,
 and set this captive free!

Copyright © Crista Gorman

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wedding veil


                        gossamer laces

                   adorn the face of young love...

                        the veil of promise

a traditional haiku 5/7/5

Copyright © Carrie Richards

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Daily Worship

Morning bird’s prayer,
Worship from a pew of gold:
Limb tabernacle.

Copyright © Raul Moreno

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(Dedication: For Paul Callus)

Time and space dance
Sorrow meets cheer
Sync with tact

Joy ever fades
Nothing much remains
Dust gathers

Joy even tempts
Offers nothing new
Dinosaur bones

Charm feeds
Empty charade
No escapade

Charm leaks
Messy tirade
Lament in loss

Words come
Echoes fling
Not much done

Words leave
Takeaway noise
Not much gain

Write in rhymes
Sign a song
Mind the glitch

Write in lines
Reason a poise
Mind the route

End game pulse
Point for point

End game tense
Cleaning up
Awkward feel

Haiku nature
Senryu posture
Cinqku textures

Fibonacci pulse
Strain in void
Quantum creation

Leon Enriquez
10 Apr 2014

Copyright © Leon Enriquez

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So few know
The mile posts past.
Shadows cast
The roads
Together tread upon
Times apart
Far too long
Understanding and love
Through the straights and bends
Precious few
Are my friends

Copyright © Kristie Wozab

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~~The Enemy~~
deep like the abyss
hating has drowned deep inside
pumping to get out

moment in the past
life will never be the same
future history

~~Feet Lust~~
please tickle my toes
caressing feel, in between
sweep me off the ground

~~Love Flows~~
love comes in circles
put them words right in my mouth
sweet like the river

~~Earth Core~~
deeper than a thought
waiting silent under ground
volcano loop hole

~~Silent Grave Yard~~
moon beam upon name
resting forever in peace
tears soon forgotten

darkness turning white
no where to run from now on
I belong to you

nature and it's will
boundaries between all battles
like a dead flower

~~Sweat or Honey~~
hot steamy liquid
yellow like a sun flower
flowing to release

~~Peaks Out~~
brown mountain rock soul
smells nothing like natures dew
wipe off till it's gone

.           SKAT
**Going Haiku Crazy** 
.  ~~~ Contest~~~

Copyright © SKAT A

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Every heartbeat is bestowed upon,
Compassion embraces a child eternally
That uplifts a child’s soul in isolation in every way. 

Copyright © Bhavna khemlani

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3 Branches of Government

Judicial Branch
     Legislative Branch
          Executive Branch

Copyright © Jacqueline R. Mendoza

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hide and seek

summer evening
hide and seek
until mom calls

Copyright © Sharon Ruebel

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Of My Determination for Success

          Perfection is my 
Prey- and I am its most ra-
                    Venous predator.

Copyright © Richard- Olivier Marius

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The Thing That Matters Most

The day I wed my soul-mate
It was a good day

Copyright © Kevin Stock

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A Priest Forever

Jesus or Father Christ 
     A priest forever
     In the order of Melchizedek

Copyright © Jacqueline R. Mendoza

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Red Cardinals Comes


                                                   Red Cardinal comes
                                              First female male eat suet_
                                                    Gentleman inborn

Copyright © Sara Kendrick

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Eagles on the field!
I cling to hope of Bowl Ring . . .
There's always next year.

Copyright © Cindi Rockwell

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With You

Anywhere with you
Be it past, present, future
Prevailing as two

Copyright © ... Gigno

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God's Grace

Your lovingkindness
Total forgiveness times ten

Copyright © Allan Granstrom

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Love letters

winters gone
the letters they
keep on comming

Copyright © Sharon Ruebel

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A Lover's Covenant

Parched Desert needs rain
You the rain I the desert
An eternal need

Copyright © Joy Wellington

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Planting a Tree

What can a man do

To plant a seed in the ground

So strong a tree grows

Copyright © Reynaldo Mast

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Death of a Child

King David was completely forgiven for his sin by God
     But still had to endure the death 
     of his child as punishment.

Copyright © Jacqueline R. Mendoza

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Priapic Flower

Merry speak, Father

   As life sprouts forth within spring-

                Priapic* flower.

A. Green

* 1. Priapic-  Of, relating to, or resembling a phallus; phallic.

Copyright © Amy Green

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together, we are

together, we are crafted, in loving embrace a dazzling undress!

Copyright © Edward McCormick

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Unity of the Old and New Testaments

As an old saying put it
The New Testament lies hidden in the Old
The Old Testament is unveiled in the New

Copyright © Jacqueline R. Mendoza