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Couplet Haiku Poems | Couplet Poems About Haiku

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Katherine Moore Haiku

Katherine Moore Haiku

what happened to us
we may never know when or why
or how to translate

so what should we do
to relieve all of our pain
and suffer no more

seems so pure and plain
our answer just did appear
we wish you were here

when you leave again
better be sure to prepare
us so can survive

James Thomas Horn
Retired Veteran and Poet

Katherine Moore, our Poetry Revisited
leader, will not be here this Sunday.


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So Haiku How Do You Do

So Haiku How Do You Do

While floating down river in a canoe, 
Was reading haiku like I usually do, 
Which had been yours from the start, 
And never pulled our minds apart. 

High haiku once was hidden away, 
After I read through low haiku today, 
Into my head this thought was hammered; 
Which one with was my mind enamored.

James Thomas Horn, Retired Veteran 

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Haiku Tree in Library Entryway

Haiku Tree in Library Entryway 

Say a haiku tree in library entryway
Trying to understand what they did say
And to read nothing will it ever cost
But each time I do I am totally lost.

Is there some way it could be simplified?
On your interpretation, people have relied
And each haiku you can better understand
What was in mind and perfectly planned.

A woman saw me taking pictures of tree
While she swept off rug and asked me
Do you know what each haiku may mean
And on my opinion she started to lean.

All poetry is personal from your soul
Not destroying or being on a death noll
But causing and making you try to think
Even though on occasion there is a kink.

So I insinuated, persisted and had insisted
She should come see us at Poetry Revisited
For poems for her to enjoy and appreciate
But a while longer she had decided to wait.

James Thomas Horn, Retired Veteran and Poet
Need a category called haiku.