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Leopards -Rhyming Haiku-

Sneak up on their prey very silent and deadly don't get in their way. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Jan.12/2015

Copyright © Cynthia Jones

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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

Copyright © Leonora Galinta

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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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A January Night

Frost feathers pattern
the windowpane in this room.
a cold night ahead.

Copyright © Carol Fillmore

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It's January

I rise from my sleep
looking outside my window
a tree stands leafless 

Holding tight to life
each day's breath is heavier
each has a season

Edward J Ebbs - 05/13/14

Copyright © Edward Ebbs

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                                 brand new calendar,
                           gate opens new beginning,
                                 the world celebrates.

                                 deep family bonding,
                        thick rice cakes and firecrackers,
                                 fire dragon dancing.

Copyright © Aiyah de Torres

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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

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich

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January Haiku

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

Copyright © Pandita Sanchez

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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

Copyright © JAN ALLISON

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  hampered by deep snow

progress slow as molasses

           in January


 wild and howling wind

opens the portal wide to

  the reign of the wolf

21st May 2014
Contest: Two Haiku (Describing The Month of January) 
Sponsor: SKAT A

Copyright © Paul Callus

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Serene Calm -Haiku-

Wind has stopped blowing the storm has finally passed serene calm ahead. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Jan.10/2015

Copyright © Cynthia Jones

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tapestry of hues
massage mother of Yuletide
your Divine has bless

onerous beauty
Adour of sublime facade

Copyright © Abdulhafeez Oyewole

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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

Copyright © Andy Richards

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January  Two Perspectives

From his park bench bed
He hears bells chime in New Year.
Quiet desperation.

From her pavement tent
She peeps.  Harrods is open!
January sales!

Copyright © Shirley Gribble

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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
Double Haiku

Copyright © A.E. Rivenbark

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ice bullets thunder
disguised as snow in the wind
get thee behind me

Copyright © Janet Boebert

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the freeze is over
gods given up hot cocoa
all nature’s things weep

the freeze has ended
sun struck branches are dripping
nut hunt thaw is on

the freeze has ended
temperature 33
icicles crying

the freeze has ended
and foolish thoughts turn to spring
winter gods chuckle

Copyright © daver austin

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Bear Monkey -Haiku-

They are very cute they look like old men with beards found in Sri Lanka. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Jan.12/2015

Copyright © Cynthia Jones

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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. 

Copyright © Zach Chan

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                      Eleven months' wait,
                      Wannabee January ,
                       Youthful promising !

                          New resolutions,
                     Let not winter hibernate,
                           Must effectuate !!

Two haikus- describing month of January 
Written on 12/5/14
Sponsor - SKAT-A

Copyright © Dr. Upma A. Sharma

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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!

Copyright © George Zamalea

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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

Copyright © david mohn

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January Bites

postman on his route
ice forms on his wet mustache…
    he longs for summer

she braves the harsh winds
to fish in January…
     her catch needs no ice

*Written May 20, 2014

Copyright © Carolyn Devonshire

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Caves -Haiku-

Are dark and spooky water drips, bats hang around there might be ghosts too. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Jan.10/2015 Ghost Adventures is about the Bell Witch in Tennessee.

Copyright © Cynthia Jones

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January Haiku

crystalline vapor animation suspended winter's coat

Copyright © Ann Roske

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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

Copyright © Dr.Ram Mehta

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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.

Copyright © Mark J. Halliday

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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

Copyright © Neelam Sangwai

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Winter snows falling
White the world, crisp and cleanly
Drifting slowly along

Copyright © Michael Campbell

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Shivers -Haiku-

A lonely tree sits branches dancing in the wind shivers in the cold. Copyright © Cynthia Jones Jan.21/2013

Copyright © Cynthia Jones