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Haiku Family Poems | Haiku Poems About Family

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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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Lightning Strikes

lightning strikes
mom's kitty cat
what have I done?

Copyright © Ernesto P. Santiago

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Sweet Fragrance of Spring

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                      Grandma's vase waiting
                     on Mother's lace table cloth
                         for lilacs to bloom




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Inspired by Carol Brown's 
Haiku Waiting for Spring contest

Copyright © Carrie Richards

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Mother

Every heartbeat is bestowed upon,
Compassion embraces a child eternally
That uplifts a child’s soul in isolation in every way. 

Copyright © Bhavna khemlani

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OVERSEAS FILIPINO WORKERS

                                           

                                           Sacrificing loneliness in other country
                                                        For family’s welfare
                                             Considered as heroes by Filipinos






(Experimenting a "Haiku")

Copyright © Maria Paz Samelo

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Passing...

  Screams above the din

A moment of grief and loss

    A loved one passes

Copyright © James Burns

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- Haiku X 42 - Home for Christmas -




     Christmas home with songs
     Gathered family rejoice 
     Happy stars smiling  




     17.12.2014
     A-L Andresen :)
     Copyright © All Rights Reserved 

Copyright © Anne Lise Andresen

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Orange you Glad to be---an Orange---

     Contract Delete

Copyright © JSLambert Mister ROBOTO

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Fishing With Grandpa

I feel it tugging
Hanging on - It must be huge!
Bluegill, smiles, grandpa

Haiku - For Sara Kendrick's "A Pleasant Childhood Memory" Contest

Copyright © Shawn Sackman

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A family praising


A gather of hands
A feasting at dinnertime
Hear the sounds of smiles

Copyright © Laura Mckenzie

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Siblings

Jim is a runner.
Sister Sue is a stunner.
Brother Bill is slow.

Copyright © Jerry Stevenson

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Two Haiku

Strokes after midnight
received a distant sad news
a swallow has flown

Watch over us dear
I kept my prayers for you
frosted in flowers

Copyright © Lily Twinkle

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Unconditional Love

with arms outstretched
brothers and sisters unite
love of God they share

Copyright © Carol Sunshine Brown

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Playing Peek A Boo {Edit}

<                             coniferous tree
                       playing peek a boo .... shuffle                                
                              candid smiles glisten


{ Christmas }






Entry For
Deborah Guzzi's
Holiday Haiku Contest
G.L. All

Copyright © Katherine Stella

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Dancing Angels

Angels in heaven
Dancing on a small puddle
Always stay afloat

Copyright © Payne Poet

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Making wishes




grandmas garden
    wishing on
         dandelions 

Copyright © Sharon Ruebel

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Sorry Mom

I should hate my life
mother never wanted me
I’m so sorry mom

Copyright © Robert Heemstra

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Haiku 12 Autism

    bamboo zoo fencing, 
protecting, connecting -- joy
     to autistic boy




David Meade
10/28/2014

Copyright © David Meade

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Every Birthday

every birthday
is as splendid as the soul
of its celebrant

Copyright © Cathy Ncube

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What Does The Dad Say

What does the dad say?
“My kids are my foundation.
They are wacky wild.”

Copyright © Jerry Stevenson

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Debunked Rumor

Debunk that rumor.
You are not ugly my child.
You are beautiful.

Copyright © Jerry Stevenson

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Fatherhood

Fatherhood’s a joy.
Got to change poopy diapers.
Tripping over toys.

Copyright © Jerry Stevenson

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Sentimental You

<                                      amidst flocked needles ...
                                        woven ornament strewn ...
                                               a star is ... born













Copyright © Katherine Stella

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Unfunny Jokester

He yelled “Boo” real loud!
It was well after midnight!
She slapped him silly!

Copyright © Jerry Stevenson

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What Does The Wife Say

What does the wife say?
“Hubby is still a horn dog.
Love is in the air.”

Copyright © Jerry Stevenson

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home sweet home

children parents  pets 
noise in and around the house
lovely  atmosphere

Copyright © nikhileswari swaminathan

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Haiku 58

	
	
	Haiku 58
	
	
	#5 downtown train
	tattoo on his forearm:
	We all We got
	
	
	the truth:
	we are all we got 
	rock, solid

Copyright © Jack Jordan

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Family of E-motions

loving and long hugs
embracing me on sad days
holding me, so close

arguing all day
saying I love you at night
truely liking me
when I am not likeable
taking the bad with the good

could not thank enough
for your overflow of love
even to my soul


Copyright © Brandee Augustus

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Our unexpected blessing

Unexpectedly 
She became a part of us
A one year old

After many years,  
Pitter patter sounds was heard
And nappies changed 
She is a young lady now
Started working already

Our little princess
My sister’s gift from above
a blessing to us.




                                                                                                       *My sister passed away
                                                                                                         when my niece was only 
                                                                                                       one year old, she is turning
                                                                                                             nineteen next month
                                                                                                               still a joy to us all*

Copyright © Wilma Neels

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Ghosts

Gilded picture frames
Hold sepia images
Of kin long deceased

Copyright © Janette Fisher