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Haiku Nature Poems | Haiku Poems About Nature

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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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Copyright © Ruben O. | Year Posted 2010

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HEAVENLY HERALD

dainty daffodil your golden trumpet fanfares the dawning of spring 09~18~14 Premier Contest #2 Sponsored by Skat:-) Published in Haiku Journal #33 by Prolific Press

Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2014

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Spring

Nature's wake from sleep Life flirts with beauty a time for flowers to flaunt

Copyright © Funom Makama | Year Posted 2016

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liquid little stones

liquid little stones
skipping and skittering free
on shared umbrellas

Copyright © Rickie Elpusan | Year Posted 2005

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Erosion (haiku)

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

Copyright © Carolyn Devonshire | Year Posted 2009

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Twilight

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

Copyright © farah chamma | Year Posted 2007

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DRESSED BY NATURE

emerald green growth dresses the rocks and pebbles natural velvet Premiere Contest #6 Sponsored by Skat A 5th April 2015

Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2015

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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

Copyright © Amber Plocica | Year Posted 2009

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Signature of Life

Over the still pond
a leaning branch of Iris
Messenger of Love

sudden gentle breeze
flower kisses the water
whispering love talk

ripples in water
sending another message
signature of life




P.S:Love~kash



Iris:Name of a flower meaning"Messenger of Love"





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Copyright © kash poet | Year Posted 2011

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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

Copyright © Ruben O. | Year Posted 2009

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Buds

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Spring warms to dazzle Dew moistens the erect stems Timid buds will blush
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Copyright © Ruben O. | Year Posted 2009

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Mountain of Regrets

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

Copyright © Raul Moreno | Year Posted 2009

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STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN

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

Copyright © EMMANUEL SAMSON | Year Posted 2007

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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 

Copyright © Sunshine Smile | Year Posted 2014

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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!

Copyright © Ruben O. | Year Posted 2012

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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

Copyright © Robin L. Gass | Year Posted 2009

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emerald envoys

emerald envoys
endure chilling reception..
scarlet suffering

Copyright © Gerard Keogh Jr. | Year Posted 2010

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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

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2011

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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

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2011

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SUNSET

low on horizon blood orange red sun sinks down setting in the west Premiere contest #6 sponsored by Skat A 8th January 2015

Copyright © JAN ALLISON | Year Posted 2015

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Night Owls

Their covenant wings
Like cherubim on alters
Spread out for preying

Copyright © Leon Stacey | Year Posted 2010

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Terra Firma

Earth playing in space.
Rolling over and over.
Sunrise, sunset, spin!

Copyright © Marty Owens | Year Posted 2010

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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

Copyright © KP Nunez | Year Posted 2015

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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

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2011

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In the Harem of the Flower Kisser

at the break of dawn a Hummingbird starts his rounds Morning Glory sought flaunting a red hue - Mexican Sunflower tempts looking hot, hot, hot the Don Juan of birds sucking nectar from Beardtongue. . . drunk on French kisses Goldenrod at noon. . . Zephyr carries a sweet scent beneath a gold sun between Rose bushes the Flower Kisser gets lost in Blue Infinity Sweet Pea and Bee Balm entice with purple petals. . . Bees join the orgy Monarchs swarm in droves when blue Hummingbird alights on Butterfly Bush Evening Primrose waving in the dusk’s last breeze. . . the proper lover the Flower Kisser leaves his harem sated as white Moonflower glows *The capitalized names for flowers represent some of the most popular flowers visited by hummingbirds.

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2012

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wind mutters softly

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

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2011

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haiku 6

pale moonlight 
tints the silent garden--
raindrops glisten

Copyright © Heather Ober | Year Posted 2013

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Stone Chalice

Hands of jagged cliffs Reach to cup clear mountain wine Earthly communion
for Raul's contest - Rhythm of the Falls

Copyright © Abe Lopez | Year Posted 2009

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God Loves No Matter How Far

Moon in distant sky, Lights waves, rushing to the shore! Carrying God's Love!

Copyright © Marty Owens | Year Posted 2009

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haiku 7

the Big Dipper
catches falling stars--
crickets sing

Copyright © Heather Ober | Year Posted 2013