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Introspection Haiku Poems | Haiku Poems About Introspection

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

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REAPING SEX a simple note

     REAPING SEX  a simple note

If you wink an eye
At Fame’s restless lonely mate—
Prepare for a storm

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Hushed, quiet and still
the forest revives my soul
   I  remember me.

for Raul Moreno's
Solace in Nature contest

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A Season lost

The season I lost A season which can't be found The past, never came Another season Approaching my vision now I cannot miss it This time, I will know The experience I'll gain from this new season If I miss this chance I will lose my fall feeling and the love I had The experience my experience will last if i hold my sight I blinked and it left the love I had left my heart the season has passed

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Wish you were here

Canopy of trees
trying to cross sky limit....
green revolution

a distant river
lying naked lazily....
an enticing call

the old learned stones
whispering me history ....
wish you were here now

© 2011  kashinath karmakar

Placement:5th ;(May 2011)

By:kashinath karmakar (6th May 2011)

Contest:Your thoughts

Sponsor:Michael J.Falotico

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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

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A WalMart Christmas

A WalMart Christmas p-u-s-h-i-n-g,… s-h-o-v-i-n-g,… KA-CHING! trampling Christ’s manger
Gwendolen Rix 12-1-11 Written for Cyndi MacMilan’s Contest ~A Modern Haiku~
*A moment of disgust when 3 shoppers tossed a cheaply made “Chinese manger” onto the floor to get in line for a waffle iron deal. I was shopping for holiday decorations to brighten patients’ rooms at the hospital. *

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

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It is now

Ain't a word, you said.
but it takes a daring gust 
for things start to be.

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Seeing God Everywhere

The sun sets slowly
Colors of the summer sky
Spacious and holy

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haiku 20

a white plastic bag
flutters in a bare tree --
the sound of geese