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heights without ceilings
climber’s roster for success
destiny dynast

Copyright © Verlena S. Walker

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It is now

Ain't a word, you said.
but it takes a daring gust 
for things start to be.

Copyright © viviane leite

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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))


Copyright © MoonBee Canady

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rose is beauty

rose is beauty like u
once crushed,
she would dissolve 
in the lap of soil,
with her tattered dreams
like every indian women

Copyright © sneha nair

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Dew Drops On The Caladiums

Tiny circles form
On the edge of leaves sit
On caladiums

Water directed 
By God to provide moisture
To small living things

Copyright © Sara Kendrick

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Pencils and Books

.                  Along the roadside
                         leaves scatter from the gust of
                              a bright yellow bus


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Submitted for "Images of Fall" contest
Sponsored by Brian Strand

Copyright © Carrie Richards

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The word of the day

The word of today is "anything"

Copyright © Robert DeLaMare

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Snooze School

The class was boring.
Some of the kids were snoring.
Well worth ignoring.

Copyright © Jerry Stevenson

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Haikus About God: II

Invisible chap
Bearded egomaniac
Probably not real

Copyright © Dan Keir

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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

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Bio in Short

It's been a good run
To the back side of sixty,
The short side of time.

First Hollywood kiss
Behind a pink crepe myrtle.
Thanks, Patsy Werner.

High school was okay.
Didn't help me to focus;
So, my mind wandered.

Surfed Bonzai Pipeline,
Big waves break into lava.
What made me do it?

Vietnam jungles.
I wondered why I was there.
America lost.

Smoking pot. Stereo.
Good fun in the seventies.
Psychedelics too.

And three wives later,
I finally found true love.
We're still together.

My destitute heart,
Saved by the sweetest angel.
I love you, Sandy.

Sooners are my team.
Most winning football program
In the Modern Era.

I am retired now.
But I have plenty to do.
Golf, primarily.

I've been writing more.
Perhaps I will write a book.
I have many tales.

I'd chase young girls; but,
Girls with a "grampa" fetish
Are so hard to find.

If I am lucky,
I will just drop dead one day.
With my peace of mind.

Yes, made a good run
To the back side of sixty,
The short side of time.

Copyright © Robert Candler

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Copyright © Ernesto P. Santiago

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There things education should give
Pain and despair, and 
The other the spirit of quit.

Copyright © George Zamalea

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Save the children

Children in beauty contests
Shame on their parents

I have written this haiku after having seen on television that some people brings children 
of 2 to 6 years to beauty contests to win money and with the scope of launching them in 
show careers. This cannot be tolerated: children must be respected!

Copyright © Mario DE PAZ

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Sex Education

Sex education
Brings tears and sensation,
The youth frustration.

Copyright © Larisa Rzhepishevska

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Education-Educaution V

Timetabled breathing,
All else is irrelevant:
Exams are too much.

Copyright © Dan Keir

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Haikus About God: III

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

Copyright © Dan Keir

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the fall moon's lull shows
mystique silence across skies
branches shadow dance

rice seedling patch strewn
upon well-plough watered fields--
globular tummies

from my bikini 
to quilted silk evening wraps --
chrysanthemum blooms

rainbow processions
passing through cities thru-fare --
church bells count the mass

(c)Olive Eloisa
August 18, 2014

Copyright © Olive Eloisa Guillermo

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Haikus About God: V

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

Copyright © Dan Keir

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The Less I Have

the less i have of
the additional use of
the more it breaks down

Copyright © Trevor McLeod

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What Does The Nerd Say

What does the nerd say?
“I was born to wear glasses.
I live to learn more.”

Copyright © Jerry Stevenson

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minus one plus one one over infinity logarithm one

Copyright © Terry O'Leary

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Triumphant Goodness

Expect the best son.
Don’t accept anything less.
Goodness will triumph.

Copyright © Jerry Stevenson

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It Is Probable

It is probable
that if I had studied hard
I would be employed.

Copyright © Jerry Stevenson

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Haikus to Iran

In Iran they march
"Where" they ask "is my vote gone?"
Answered by truncheon

God, Allah, they call
In His name, holy, oppress
Gods weakest children

Other news shall show
Western television screens
But we wont forget

Hundreds dead now
We only know one name, one face
A prayer for them say

Copyright © Tomás Ó Cárthaigh

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you won't find me changed 
from him you knew—just more sure
of all I thought true

Copyright © Paul Geiger

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Words said, sung, written
Bred man's civilization. 
Words made us human.

Copyright © Robert Candler

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Blossom {Haiku / Tanka / Haiku }

<                                      red ~ gold ~ brown ~ and .... green
                                        rustic ~ over - tures .... whistlers 
                                        harvest .......  happiness

                                        the ~ winds ~ mighty ..... gale
                                        speaks ~ to ~ enchanted .... forest
                                        time ~ to ~ turn ~ new ...... leaf
                                        for ~ autumn ~ has ~ once .... returned
                                        and ~ you ~ must ~ all ~ come ~ on ..... down

                                       braided ~ and ..... despaired
                                       yet ~ forges ~ on ~ right ..... ahead
                                       fall ~ colours .....  blossom

Entry For Linda Marie's
Harvest Of Happiness
Haiku/Tanka/Haiku - Contest
G.L. All

Copyright © Katherine Stella

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

Copyright © Terry O'Leary

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Some dog taught me this,
your head sinks and your butt floats.
It’s called cat paddling!

For “Primal Instinct” contest.    And the dog says’ “Oops, My Bad!”

Copyright © John Trusty