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Haiku Collection-Flowers For Friends

Carnation

Summers sensations
Promising pastel colors
Cozy carnations

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Roses

Drinking every drop
Where the love goes it follows
Rain bows to roses

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Dandelion

Spring has treasures told
Gently birthed from the first rain
Dandelion gold.
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Lily

When summer sun seeps
Lily of the valley sleeps
Rise in the midnight
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Tulips

The talk of the town
Whispers of wild affairs
Tulips are silenced
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Pansies

Eye popping pansies
Extravagant explosions
Playfully perfect
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For all the flowers of the world, beauty
takes many shapes and colors, open
your petals, embrace the sun, and thrive!




For JAN~~

Where are the Orchids?
I have never seen one bloom.
They're all in Jan's room!!



08-13-2014


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Erosion (haiku)

Gullies scar brown earth
     Hurricanes bring erosion
          Of both soil and lives


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- Haiku X 39 - November -



            Frozen roses die 
            November frosty window 
            Summer’s memories! 






           03.11.2014
           A-L Andresen :)
           Copyright © All Rights Reserved 


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Summer Haiku

Pink shells on brown hands
     As blue water lap white sands
           Keen contrast of colors








NOTE: It's summer here in the Philippines, a tropical country of 1,107 islands.

15 April 2015
Captcha Contest - PAK
Sponsor: Judy Konos





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How to Haiku

I tried to find a consolation
                to my frustration

saying to myself that it's not a question of whether it's right or wrong, maybe it's just different. But this constant-reiteration is like a surgical interruption of the nerve tracts of my shrinking brain; once again I make a prefrontal leucotomy to myself  just to avoid the cognizance of my reprehensible ignorance or my negligence

It's neither traditional or contemporary 
nor proper or improper
it's just the prosaic practicality
of a pro-preposterous absurdity

But who am I trying to fool using pretentious and alliterated words? 
How difficult is it to accept that I can't write a haiku?

I know it's unfair to quote out of context but when the master Issa said 
"[...] try to forget all of the rules," he was wrong
I tried it before and I could only get unrhymed footles

The king of fruit, nah!
No metaphors until I could understand what "absolute or deep metaphor" means
To be or not to be a watermelon
No personification allowed
Watermelons rhymes with fellons, nah! 
Those Watermelons...nah! No Caps 
Oops! The kigo! The season word! 
Easy: watermelons are the most popular summertime fruit!
The Kireji, my "cutting word" is typical of an IQ above 140: a knife!
My yuxtaposition: another geniality! 
The watermelons are...are you ready?
The watermelons are yuxtaposed in a "pile" 
side by side one upon the other, showing their differences
5,7,5: 17 syllables! 3 unrhymed lines without a title! I did it! With my own hands!
What a joy!

those watermelons cost ten cents more than a knife the fruit prices rise
I captured the precise moment in which "I" realized that the watermelons cost 10 cents more than a knife! Aha! An instance of apprehending the true nature of fruit prices to raise awareness and a recognition of its essence, which, in this case, is the watermelon scent. Also, as the way the economy is going, everybody can relate to it: a universal haiku! Original focus/experience/clear images/perfect! If somebody has the audacity to haikuticize ME, I can still play the card up in my sleeve:Creativity! Creativity in arts: my undeniable power of unrestricted use to determine...whatever! to transcend traditional ideas, rules, concepts, and whatever! to create new forms: an 8-lines-Nonet, an unrhymed footle, a 17 syllables-Sonnet (Rubenserian), or whatever! A Whaikutever! I think I've created a new form... I(Me)am so talented!


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A Winter Haiku

Snow is just a mask 
Regenerating earths face.
A special peeling.


Written by Brenda Meier-Hans 
01.2013


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HAIKU # 34 .

  The  backdrop  of  frost

  A  lone  daffodil  conducts

  Winter's  Requiem  .



For Carol's Spring Haiku contest ..


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A Modern Haiku


dressed in queen anne's lace  chrysanthemums spray baby breath awaken earth's vase
September 21 2014


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haiku 6

pale moonlight 
tints the silent garden--
raindrops glisten


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HAIKU

HAIKU

summer’s backward glance
reluctant to say adieu 
one lonely white rose

Dave Austin


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haiku 7

the Big Dipper
catches falling stars--
crickets sing


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Haiku - Mirror Reflection

A leaf touches down
Rippling the flames of autumn
Burning on the lake

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Awarded:  Second Place
Rick Parise 
Contest: One Haiku  


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AUTUMN HAIKU

withered leaves falling carpet of autumnal bliss adorning the ground Jan Allison 23rd October 2014


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Awaiting Admittance Haiku

a gentle dew drop
slides softly down the petal
awaits admittance


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haiku

                                                after the rain
                                        in each hanging droplet
                                         the world upside down


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Haiku






what is left and what was there- crescent moon ==========000========== By-kash poet(kashinath karmakar)


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Spring Haiku




~Riot of Colors~
Life garlands cyclic blossoms 
Earth rejuvenates~






Traditional Haiku Contest – Debbie Guzzi
~awarded Honourable Mention~


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Haiku 2

Morning nature

Pure dew drops settle
On dainty, bent leaves before
The sun rises, bright


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Haiku VS Senryu

Impetus of spring
   Beget invigorate life --
       Fruition with hope.



Shrill winds rip, tear, cry
   Heated verse under the sheets,
The songs of love grow.


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- Haiku - X 7 - Sexy -


                                             Wet dreams
                                Explosion of the stars of heaven
                                           Nymphomaniac










Natural / Nature Sexy Haiku Contest -
by: SandyIvy Davis

09/11/2012
A-L Andresen :)
Copyright © All Rights Reserved

(4th place in the contest)


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Texas Wildflower Haiku : Widow's Tears

sun’s heat sunders sand
clustered lanced leaves green hug
widow’s tears collapse

Widow’s Tears is the common name for Commelina erecta var. angustifolia, they bloom on 
Texas beaches in sand or clay, and have the characteristic of flowering early in the morning 
and fading by noon. The bloom in all seasons but I chose spring to be more commonly 
approachable. [1]

[1] Wildflowers and Other Plants of Texas Beaches and Islands, Alfred Richardson


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Haiku Rally

~~North.East.South.West-Haiku's~~

~Like A Diamond~
White ebony sky
Paralyze mountain top dew
collapse falling star

~Picture Perfect~
Once in a life time
Smile for the camera
Beauty standing still

~Red Showers~
Sunsets are the best.
October, vs' April
Fantasy island

~Reaper Cloak~
Pretty like a nun
Digging and weaving her grave
Embracing the sky

~Karma~
stuck on the sea wall
coast emotions 
overcome by rain


~SKAT~


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Haiku 1001

clouds engulf the sky
mountains spear the night to day
sunbursts spew forthwith
Entry to contest sponsored by: Poet Destroyer A Contest name: Any haiku will do Written by: Carol Sunshine Brown


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A Gift from God - A Haiku

Wrapped in black velvet
With stars and gold ribbons
A sea in moonlit

Written:  June 6, 2010


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Haiku 33

art in poetry
ink runs as blood in veins
efflorescence words


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Sunset Haiku Trio

bright rays of yellow
ride the rolling ocean waves. . . .
sun is hanging ten

sun spreads marmalade
on a toasty warm evening. . . . 
the sky eats it up

day ends at the beach
twilight spills orange delight
onto the water


Written for PD's
SUNSET (( HAIKU )) Poetry Contest


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- Haiku X 18 - All the children -


                                            A thousand small kids
                                       Floating on the summer wind
                                                Dandelion seeds







12.06.2013
A-L  Andresen :)


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places I've peed haiku series

1
Sun glints off ripples
Play of light in sheltered cove
Scenic lavatory

2
Backyard full of stars
Footsteps crack on frozen grass
Moonlit lavatory

3
Forested mountain side
Above twisting single track
Rider’s lavatory

4
Over arid land
Falling rain evaporates
Hot Aussie dunny

5
Sandy beach stretches
Tropical coral waters
Pristine lavatory

6
Beneath St. Paul’s dome
Lies manicured garden
Monumental lav.


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Haiku 25

shining through darkness
light shimmering on water
reflection of moon
Entry: "Any Poem goes~" contest of P.D. Written by: Carol Brown 3rd Place Winner


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{Fall Haiku}


squirrels scamper
gathering, playful, desperate
Fall's last call




(For Andrea's Haiku contest)