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Haiku January Poems | Haiku Poems About January

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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


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Bear-ly Thoughts On January

January’s start. . . I hibernate in my cave with bare thoughts January’s end. . . may February’s groundhog see its shadow


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January



stardom of the year
on its welcoming music
ushers our new dreams

culminate great task
snog the sweet and bitter past
cool somersault starts

blow New Year's trumpets 
commence it with smiles and cheers
have a joyful year


May 14,2014     3.30pm





First Place
Contest: Two Haiku (Month of January)
Judged: 6/18/14
Sponsor: My fave poet, Skat


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January Haiku

Frozen lakes and ponds
Blustery winds are blowing
Icicles hang down

Branches bare and grey
Poor sunshine does not warm us
Snowdrops raise their heads 

Jan Allison 
8th May 2014
Written for contest 2 Haiku (describing the month of January)
sponsored by Skat A


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Blue Eyes

The rain patters down
Sending goose bumps across flesh
My blue lips are numb

Her azure eyes shine
Like crystals catching the sun
Even in this rain

 My hide is soaked
It is on the line for her
The cold bite goes numb

Drawn in my jacket
Her eyes beaming at me
Blue eyed paradise. 


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January Haiku


January Dreams
woeful winds whistling, cold breath hoping for warm love - January sighs
trees tremble like leaves wearing thick blankets of snow - summer sun sizzling
Entered in contest "Two Haiku (Describing the Month of January)" sponsored by SKAT A (6-6-2014)


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THE SETTLED MORNING

From my porch
Wrap up with extreme-cold weather clothing
The January sun bathes weakly through the early morning grounds
I seek alone by such astonished far-fat mountain-side
When some dared rabbits at burrow doorway gazing
Like a thief at the overheated clouds!


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Januarius

Januarius

tapestry of hues
massage mother of Yuletide
your Divine has bless

onerous beauty
Adour of sublime facade
pulchritudinous!


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Two Heads of Janus



Blessed with two heads Welcoming new aims to view Review-renew old Quietness all around Secret actions in full swing Impregnating soil.
+++++++ May 7, 2014 Form: Haiku Dr. Ram Mehta Fifth Place win Contest: Two haiku on January by Irma, Skat-A


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January Designs

          January Designs 

            resolution time
 last year, waist did not decline             
         this year less I’ll dine    

            resolution time
   last year, love I did not find
      this year she'll be mine

    © 2014 all rights reserved


  for January Two Haiku Contest


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January Perceptions

immoral north winds 
locking jaws on shriveled souls-
sun starved perdition 

becharmed arctic breeze
winter’s kiss exalting hearts-
moon drenched nirvana


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January Haikus

Singing Auld Lang Syne,
Cheering and kissing strangers;
Tomorrow, to work.

Comes in with a cheer;
Intentions, resolutions
Forgotten next year.


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red orchard aflame

red orchard aflame winter's angular sunshine... peach tree buds explode
Some of the peach orchards look like a flame with the buds swelling 'pon the trees


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January Haiku

a lot scribbled on
last page of past diary
next one hardcover


January wind
Dodging electric wires web…
Kite sprang in to sky


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Ianuarius

Jack Frost bite parties
Snow men drinking gin flurries--
Toes miss their socks

Now we'll be buried
With Snow white's seven blizzards-
Worm snuggled cocoon
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Double Haiku