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Tree Haiku Poems | Haiku Poems About Tree

These Tree Haiku poems are examples of Haiku poems about Tree. These are the best examples of Tree Haiku poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

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My Tree's Seasons

spring wakens my tree - a bejeweled perfumed bride. . . . love birds make their nest summer’s yellowed lawn beneath my tree’s sombrero. . . . grass breathes sweet relief fall’s quick change artist - from green to gold to crimson. . . . disrobed, my tree naps For PD's All About Trees (old/new) poem Poetry contest


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Silent Voice

--Tree Silhouette-- 

shimmering tree
there’s no footsteps around       
but fallen leaves 

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afternoon twilight
heaven is listening
peaceful lonesomeness
  
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Autumn waits 
wind blows the mind   
leaves falling softly

By:PD


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Love Like A Mighty Oak

you dried all my tears
i stand proud now like the oak---
no weeping willow

your splendid branches
wrap me into your shadow---
shelter from the storm

wind blows me down
your light lifts me up---
might i dwell in your arms?




written January 28th,2013
for pd's Valentine contest


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Cherry Blossoms

Down the avenue
Under arches of blossoms
Hand in hand with you


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Flussufer/Riverbank/Ribera-Eine alte Eiche/ An old Oak Tree/Un viejo Roble

Am Ufer des Flusses
Bevor die Sonne erlischt
Nur leichtes Gurgeln

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At the river banks
Before the sun finally sets
Only a slight gurgle

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A orillas del río 
Antes que el sol desaparece 
Sólo ligero gorgoteo 

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Nur eine alte Eiche
Da hinter der Wegbiegung
Trotzte dem letzen Sturm

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Only an old oak tree 
There behind the road bend  
Defied the last storm 

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Sólo un viejo roble 
Detrás de la revuelta del camino
Desafió la última tormenta 



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Haiku Calendar

Haiku Calendar 
(January to December in the Southern part of the U.S.A.)

snow and more snow falls 
cold wind and more cold wind blows 
all branches are bare 

starving and weak birds 
a chill grips before sunrise 
fall from bare branches 

warm afternoon wind 
thin morning ice melts on pond 
a song bird is heard 

poppies hide in grass 
drink from early morning showers 
bees drink from open buds 

warm ruffles new weeds 
clover covers budding ground 
crickets find their song 

hawk hunts small rabbit 
green hedges give good cover 
blood drips on clover 

sun waves off dark soil 
flowers grow only in shade 
bees hive drips sweet wax 

in shade cow chews cud 
waits for dark to find water 
sleeps on top of mound 

east winds pull cool rain 
quinces bright hill flowers thirst 
streams roar then fall quite 

squirrel hides acorn 
digs hole at foot of oak tree 
barks at gray wet sky 

leaf fall from elm tree 
vacant bird nest are exposed 
geese sound over head 

deer move over trail 
fawns loose baby spots and jump 
graze on holly leafs  


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Probabilities

Probabilities


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

07-24-2014


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---the tree roots

the tree roots
criss-cross the brown earth--
skinned knees

*please click on About the poem


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ZOOKEEPER

Lookin' after pests
Keepin' a CLOSE eye on 'em
"Those wild animals!"

Roamin' around zoo
Searchin' for sneaky monkey
Hidin' in a tree

Zookeeper gets mad
"Where's Marty, the smartypants!?"
"He TOOK my cage keys!"


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Nature

a precious white floret
smelling the gardenia
sweetens my botanical

they have freedom
pines far from here in green land
the desert cries thrist


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