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Haiku Nature Poems | Haiku Poems About Nature

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HEAVENLY HERALD

dainty daffodil your golden trumpet fanfares the dawning of spring 09~18~14 Published in Haiku Journal #33 by Prolific Press


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liquid little stones

liquid little stones
skipping and skittering free
on shared umbrellas


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Haiku Collection-Flowers For Friends

Carnation

Summers sensations
Promising pastel colors
Cozy carnations

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Roses

Drinking every drop
Where the love goes it follows
Rain bows to roses

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Dandelion

Spring has treasures told
Gently birthed from the first rain
Dandelion gold.
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Lily

When summer sun seeps
Lily of the valley sleeps
Rise in the midnight
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Tulips

The talk of the town
Whispers of wild affairs
Tulips are silenced
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Pansies

Eye popping pansies
Extravagant explosions
Playfully perfect
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For all the flowers of the world, beauty
takes many shapes and colors, open
your petals, embrace the sun, and thrive!




For JAN~~

Where are the Orchids?
I have never seen one bloom.
They're all in Jan's room!!



08-13-2014


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DRESSED BY NATURE

emerald green growth dresses the rocks and pebbles natural velvet 5th April 2015


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Rain and Stars

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Sudden summer rain soaks the garden before dusk— Cat licks early stars
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Sunset's Concerto

Soft wind music plays                                                                            
0n last harp strings of sun rays
Clouds waltz in the sky


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Erosion (haiku)

Gullies scar brown earth
     Hurricanes bring erosion
          Of both soil and lives


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CONCEITED BIRD

arrogant and proud nothing ruffles his feathers train of eyes watching *The peacock’s tail is known as a train Jan Allison 8th April 2015


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Twilight

Sealing eyes of sky,
       Descend upon straps of light,
Dusk…now dreams the night...


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- Haiku X 39 - November -



            Frozen roses die 
            November frosty window 
            Summer’s memories! 






           03.11.2014
           A-L Andresen :)
           Copyright © All Rights Reserved 


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A Delicate Balance

Breathless and beguiled
 Nature blankets my lone dreams
   Swallowing me whole





Written by: Amber Plocica
For Mr. Moreno's Haiku contest


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SUNSET

low on horizon blood orange red sun sinks down setting in the west 8th January 2015


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Iguazu Falls

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Baptism of Jungle Thundering water leaping into "Devil's Throat"
See this beauty:http://www.iguazuargentina.com/verminifoto.php?id=203&ancho=380


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Summer Haiku

pink shells on brown hand
     as blue water lap white sands
           keen contrast of colors









15 April 2015
Picture Perfect Haiku #2
Sponsor: SKAT A




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Beach Beauty

beach that's long and white
    seen through the coconut palm
        picture perfect view












13 April  2015
SKAT's Picture Perfect Haiku #1 Contest


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Fall

Fall
golden butterflies wildly whirl in wanton wind - leaves perform death dance
(6-15-2014)


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Mountain of Regrets

As large boulders weep,
Tears stream down sharp cheeks of stone:
Sobbing precipice.


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STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN

Now my tendrilled soul,
Has found its pergola-- Christ--
To wind its way up....


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Reflecting

a sky darkened to grape lying in stillness. . . . a lake of wine the lake mirrors wisps of twilight’s clouds above - a lilac trail on the lilac trail full white moon a face glitters on water deep purple water moon in pomegranate sky. . . . reflecting


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Orange

orange on a tree
sweetly tempts a honey bee. . . .
he leaves her hanging


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emerald envoys

emerald envoys
endure chilling reception..
scarlet suffering


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The Shell

sea's sound in the breeze captured in a pretty shell. . . . nature's gift to me lying on my bed holding music to my ear. . . . I drift out to sea
For Brian Strand's VERSE any theme/form max of 8 lines Poetry Contest


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Liquid Lullaby

Soothing is your song
as your crystal melody
plays within my heart




Inspired bt Raul Morenos' Rhythm of the Falls contest


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How to Haiku

I tried to find a consolation
                to my frustration

saying to myself that it's not a question of whether it's right or wrong, maybe it's just different. But this constant-reiteration is like a surgical interruption of the nerve tracts of my shrinking brain; once again I make a prefrontal leucotomy to myself  just to avoid the cognizance of my reprehensible ignorance or my negligence

It's neither traditional or contemporary 
nor proper or improper
it's just the prosaic practicality
of a pro-preposterous absurdity

But who am I trying to fool using pretentious and alliterated words? 
How difficult is it to accept that I can't write a haiku?

I know it's unfair to quote out of context but when the master Issa said 
"[...] try to forget all of the rules," he was wrong
I tried it before and I could only get unrhymed footles

The king of fruit, nah!
No metaphors until I could understand what "absolute or deep metaphor" means
To be or not to be a watermelon
No personification allowed
Watermelons rhymes with fellons, nah! 
Those Watermelons...nah! No Caps 
Oops! The kigo! The season word! 
Easy: watermelons are the most popular summertime fruit!
The Kireji, my "cutting word" is typical of an IQ above 140: a knife!
My yuxtaposition: another geniality! 
The watermelons are...are you ready?
The watermelons are yuxtaposed in a "pile" 
side by side one upon the other, showing their differences
5,7,5: 17 syllables! 3 unrhymed lines without a title! I did it! With my own hands!
What a joy!

those watermelons cost ten cents more than a knife the fruit prices rise
I captured the precise moment in which "I" realized that the watermelons cost 10 cents more than a knife! Aha! An instance of apprehending the true nature of fruit prices to raise awareness and a recognition of its essence, which, in this case, is the watermelon scent. Also, as the way the economy is going, everybody can relate to it: a universal haiku! Original focus/experience/clear images/perfect! If somebody has the audacity to haikuticize ME, I can still play the card up in my sleeve:Creativity! Creativity in arts: my undeniable power of unrestricted use to determine...whatever! to transcend traditional ideas, rules, concepts, and whatever! to create new forms: an 8-lines-Nonet, an unrhymed footle, a 17 syllables-Sonnet (Rubenserian), or whatever! A Whaikutever! I think I've created a new form... I(Me)am so talented!


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Seasons Go Round the Mountains

Mountains come alive; deer, trout and conifers thrive. . . . Springtime’s scenic drive. As ridges grow dry - climb the verdant trails toward sky. . . . Hear the eagle’s cry. Cooler, shorter days - highland’s gold and crimson blaze. . . . My nostalgic gaze. Snow-capped giants loom. At the peak of winter’s gloom. . . . I await spring’s bloom


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Rainbow Trio Delight

end of the deluge
a brush dipped in pastel hues
wipes away sky’s tears

God’s promise to man -
not a gift with bow on top. . . . 
just the bow itself

in rain’s aftermath
a second arc streaks the sky. . . . 
I stand all amazed

For Skat's Favorite Contest winning Poem Contest


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Rainbow Gold

glistening rainbow
lead on to your pot of gold
while you cast colour


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Night Owls

Their covenant wings
Like cherubim on alters
Spread out for preying


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wind mutters softly

wind mutters softly last leaf forlornly flutters. . . . my lawn waits frozen


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autumn confetti

shower
of gold and red--
dance with butterflies