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Probabilities

Probabilities

fallen fruit exists
earthen harvest and ground meet
jars in the pantry

Robert J. Lindley ,07-24-2014

Copyright © Robert Lindley

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STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN

Now my tendrilled soul,
Has found its pergola-- Christ--
To wind its way up....

Copyright © EMMANUEL SAMSON

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Buried Hearts

O travel bound
Tread gently
A million hearts in ground


Winner of No. 1 place in Haiku 101 Contest of Charles Henderson. Judged on 11/23/2012

Copyright © Mohammad Yamin

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one world one psalm

our hearts are one
our breaths are one
our thoughts are many

Copyright © RUDOLPH RINALDI

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Oh them hot air balloons

SOCIETY AND THE HOT AIR BALLOON

Them that need to climb
ride as the hot air balloon--
soon come down to earth


THE VIRTUAL HOT AIR BALLOON

Ride with the rainbow--
silent as the mouse cursor
across Google earth 


For SKAT hot air balloon contest.
    

Copyright © harry horsman

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the bare branch

the bare branch
as with other things
the mystery is gone

Copyright © Charles Henderson

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By the waterfalls

Happy solitude.
Waterfall of dreams crashing
upon my heart's gates.

Copyright © Vassilis Comporozos

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Enlightenment Births

 



                                 Reason in season.
                                Philosophers thrive.
                                    Ink flows free.
            


For the contest: Enlightenment 
Sponsored by:- Marvin Celestial 
7th Place

Copyright © Chelsea Chords

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INFLICTED IN TIME TILL END







                                          all stars and planets
                                        inflicted in time till end
                                            Universe's of God

                                            in time we are all
                                           limited bodies in it
                                          span is fixed by Him

Copyright © BL Devnath

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Today

Embrace today,
for
Today, is tommorrows yesterday!

Copyright © Roger Page

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A thought arises

A thought arises
Sunlight heralds a new day
Both fade into dark





Inspired by Raul's Awaiting the Dawn contest

Copyright © Linda Witt-King

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Roll'em

One wake-up away
From the best day of your life.
Life’s just a crapshoot. 

Copyright © Robert Candler

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A Twisted Tree

a twisted tree casts a single shadow - mirage on horizon

Copyright © Suzette Richards

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Silence

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

Copyright © viviane leite

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death's breath is warm

death’s breath is warm a welcome reprieve in the winter of life
Sponsor: Charles Henderson Contest Name: HAIKU 101 FOR NEWBIES TO HAIKU AND/OR POETRY SOUP CONTESTS

Copyright © Suzette Richards

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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))

                        MoonBee

Copyright © MoonBee Canady

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Time Travel

Yesterday is gone
soon today will pass as well
I'll travel with it

Copyright © rachel albritton

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I'm Sorry

a single white rose
given to the one you want -
apoligized to

Copyright © Katherine Stella

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My own proverb

" If you need food on your table, always try to earn it" - Ravi Sathasivam

Copyright © Ravi Sathasivam

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friend to friend

friend to friend maybe we should fight our own windmills

Copyright © Charles Henderson

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New born poem I

A new poem was born.
Its cry, flash of wild lightning
rips through winter’s howl.

Copyright © Vassilis Comporozos

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with their eyes wide open

only foolish men
let their nation plummet, with
their eyes wide open

Copyright © Cathy Ncube

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The map

Glacial ice melting
The climate suddenly changes
Old relationships.

When the blue jay sings
Listen how wide it ranges
The boundary of spring.

After rain rainbow
Thunder makes the coastland smile
Faith provides the oil.

So I map landscapes
With audacity to see
Change, a boomerang.

I search through petals
To find a woman's soft heart
Felt a bumbled sting

No bridge left to cross
Love drowns everything in tears
So the cuckoo sings

Copyright © L'nass Shango

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SURRENDER TO GOD

                                             surrender to God
                                 speaks silence in words themselves
                                        words are unknown words

Copyright © BL Devnath

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Redbud

Crimson seeds of spring
leaf light air, butterfly rain
soft as summer’s swirl.

Copyright © Glen Enloe

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Lizard running

A lizard rushing
to hide. Scorching sun. I can't
hide from scorching needs. 

Copyright © Vassilis Comporozos

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New born poem II

New born poem snowing
its flakes on my sunburnt heart.
Great expectations.

Copyright © Vassilis Comporozos

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misconceptions of my color

words of woes warring on the platter of mire
painted on my colour by mouth that burns with unjust fire
injustice, neocolonialism and inequality soaked in lies

Copyright © Adeleke Adeite

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Poetic Soul

I slit the wrists of
My soul and watch as they bleed 
Not red but "b-l-e-e-d", "r-e-d".

Copyright © Lyndell Cadasse