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Moon Haiku Poems | Haiku Poems About Moon

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

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Mystery Moon

Mystery Moon
keeper of secrets peeps behind a veil of clouds… enigmatic moon
10-26-2014


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When the Lions Watch the Moon at Night

          The moon's reflection
Beaming on the lions' eyes.
                    Catastrophic night.


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Traces of the Moon

Dancing silhouettes,
Shadows frolic on the ground;
Moonbeams through the trees.


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Tonight's Dance

In this world we lie,
In the shining moon tonight,
Dancing this ballad.


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A shot of Haiku -CHAIN-

Haiku Chain

Presents wrap by tree
babies first Christmas is here
jet stream follows sleigh ~~by; Royal

jet stream follows sleigh 
Santa's bag floats ocean unknown 
cap is in Spain  ~~by; Goode Guy

cap is in Spain
it blew over the ocean
beating rhythm flows ~~by; Andrea Dietrich  

beating rhythm flows
unnoticed tiny black spot
fly, fly, ride high winds ~~by; Nathan Dilts

fly, fly, ride high winds
bring in the New Year, hurry… 
a parrot shows up  ~~by; Annalise Brigham

a parrot shows up
the world was never so right
as I feel refresh   ~~by; S.Jagathsimhan Nair

as I feel refresh
breeze blows with soothing effect  
as birds fly higher  ~~by; olusegun Arowolo 

as birds fly higher
their iridescent feathers
ribbons in the sky   ~~by; David Williams  

ribbons in the sky
soft whistling pretty lights dance
to sing like a bird   ~~by; Tracie, Indigo Dreamweaver 

to sing like a bird
constrained within emotions
give me liberty  ~~by; David Williams  

give me liberty   
sweet vertigo dizziness 
the flight takes up space  ~~by; Poet Destroyer
 

the flight takes up space
come and join the view today
birds fly around me   ~~by; Poet Destroyer
 
birds fly around me 
brown grey with a glowing force
the moon as haze ends  ~~by; Poet Destroyer

the Moon As Haze Ends 
crashing On The Horizon 
with The Rising Sun  ~~ by; Christopher Bunton

With the rising sun 
celebrate the coming home 
maybe peace will reign  ~~by; cecil hickman 

maybe peace will reign
in the silent world this day
all is calm and bright  ~~by; Deb Wilson 

all is calm and bright
just me in my Xmas hat 
and loving all night   ~~by; Michael J. Falotico

and loving all night
this a welcome of pure light
power of the wind   ~~by; harry horsman

power of the wind 
a new year begins again
first let's celebrate ~~by; Catie Lindsey

first let's celebrate 
the sweet air brings me your scent 
now I know your here ~~by; Michael J. Falotico

now I know your here
Staring out the window,  
upon a (choo) choo train  ~~by; John Rhinem

upon a (choo) choo train
steam blows, lumps in my stocking 
charcoal grey mittens  ~~by; poet destroyer

charcoal grey mittens
the two of us are rocking
choo choo train chuckles  ~~by; S.Jagathsimhan Nair
 
Team Work -created this haiku chain


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17 Sexy Syllables

you are my moon, babe
i'm surrendering my tide
over and over


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the moon is glowing



the moon is glowing
and a summer fish twitches 
to console my soul


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Gravity


Gravity
lovers forever jealous Earth clings to her Moon – a sweet entrapment
Entered in contest "Picture This #1" sponsored by SKAT A (6-20-2014)


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Solar System - A

Celestial spheres... marvels of the cosmos but marbles for the Gods.


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Super Moon: March 19, 2011

Contractual agreements with publisher caused DELETION


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dark moon night



on dark moon night

    lone wolf trots to his den ---

       mockingbirds sing


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          by: nette onclaud






       


        


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a wolf moon

a wolf moon 
through my kitchen window --
spring trout thawing

The Wolf Moon is the name given by Native Americans to a full moon that occurs in January. Native Americans chose this name because they heard hungry wolf packs …


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Gravity

Oceans rise and fall to the rhythmic breaths of our luminescent orb ----------------- (C) John C Michaels, 2014 Written for the contest, "Picture This #1" Sponsored by SKAT A Third Place


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Flower Moon

dawn bright sky full flower moon of may lunar rise
One of the Native American names for the full moon in May is the the "Flower Moon". If it is clear where you live May 5 is the night of the flower moon. Enjoy her beauty if you can.


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Gravity

     shy Selene enthralled

 by Gaia’s bitter sweet spell

          magnetic allure


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Contest: Picture This # 1
Sponsor: SKAT A
22nd May 2014
Placing: 2nd


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Silver Leaf Moon Light~Misty Rains Approach~Bare Branches Piled High

silver leaf moon light 
white clouds passing quickly by.....
winter's slumber nears

misty rains approach
standing proud amid the wind....
a silent red wood 


bare branches piled high
nestled slumber for a time...
dreams of springtime flow

________________________
            CONTEST


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Endless Admiration

kissing golden sands         
in endless admiration
accursed by the moon

a sweet surrender
caught in stoic web of time
joy reigns eternal

waves hug sand
sweetly serenades 
‘Would you be my valentine?’
~*~
For PD's sponsored contest: "(Double) Haiku and  One Questionku"
01/30/13


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Moonlight

radiant moonlight
washes away the darkness
sunglasses at night


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Rain

Cold wind laced with rain
Low dark clouds hiding the moon
Wet clothes cold toes


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Harvest Moon -- Lughnasadh Haiku

**I wrote against traditional 5 -7-5 and twisted to 7-5-7 on these...can I do that?**

1.
Looking up in the sky at 
A full harvest moon 
Cool, aglow this autumn night

2.
Mists circle in, surrounding 
Earth's last summer song 
Warm nights are now memories

3.
The Hunter calls the Chosen
To this sacred grove 
Children of seasons gather

4.
The leaves--brown and gold and red 
Signify the end 
Of summer's warmth and passion

5.
Souls are drawn within, waiting 
Keeping close to home 
Till winter's dying cycle


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'the moon'

Wanton, seductive, and luminous, the moon calls Earth hither, like sex!


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Hermit on a twig

A harvest moon peeps 
Through the silver mango tree
Hermit on a twig


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NIGHT DAY

where in night shadows
only moon and stars are seen
blind men feel no warmth

with the light of day
when a full sun fills the sky
all men will feel warmth

blind who survive night
basking in warmth of that day
felt not moon and stars



By John Trusty © 1/20/12 for Linda-Marie’s haiku trio contest with a little sun/moon, stars/sky thrown in.


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Sun -Moon

Journey of the sun
on a path around heaven...
gives both night and day.

Oh moon of desire
shines upon this world of love...
sinners share the light.

Clement moon rising
this conflict of interest...
sun rises again.

harry horsman for Linda-Marie's
Haiku Hodgepodge trio contest.


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Moon Stars Lake

Moon casting shadows
as it shines down through the trees
forming eerie shapes 

Exploding stars shoot
across the sky leaving trails
glittering behind

Still mysterious 
the lake gleaming in moonlight
silver in beauty