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Haiku Sea Poems | Haiku Poems About Sea

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as I drift

writing as I drift on the ocean's endless blue. . . my soul over flows For Heather Ober's Ocean-Ku Poetry Contest


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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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Buds

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Spring warms to dazzle Dew moistens the erect stems Timid buds will blush
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Living Seasons Through

Bodies together
Pressed against the cold, harsh night
We hold on to love

In the sweet, soft spring
We lay on a tall, steep hill
And hold on to love

Summer's baking heat
Hiding in the shade of trees
Still holding our love

The leaves are falling
Crunching beneath our footsteps
Forever, our love

We'll last through seasons
Enjoy our love together
Just you wait, my love.


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Cool Breeze

.                     Nomadic whispers 
                            North winds speak to the great plains
                                            Warnings of winter


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ocean commotion

wind lifts salty air
scent of the sea fills my hair --
fishing without care

pelican dives fast
shrimp on the hook was my last --
strips the bait I cast

turn with quick motion
see crab stealing sun lotion --
ocean commotion



*Entry for Carol’s Rhyming Haiku contest


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Mist

Winter spirits rise
Released from snow they dance, warmed
Weeping tears of mist


copyright Kristin Reynolds 2008


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Sea World

under water guide
adventures of Jacques Cousteau
life Under the Sea

DX


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a cold winter's breath

a cold winter’s breath freezing limbs in the bare woods --- bone chilled finger points
Russell Sivey NOTE: I really like this poem, one of my favorites! Submitted: 2/17/2012 CONTEST BY: Juxtaposition Haiku SPONSOR : Charles Henderson Entrant into PD's "Only #1 poems... For #1 contest winners only.." contest 3/3/2012


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LIGHTHOUSE'S TOWER OF TUSK

TOWER OF TUSK ‘ ‘’’ ‘’ ‘’ ‘ ‘ ‘’’ ‘ lone tower of tusk roaming beams of angel- light… signal post for ships rising obelisk pewter threads wave guardian’s blade… safe sail from dark harm ………………….. © copyright Russell Sivey’s Contest: In the Light of Haiku Written by: nette onclaud


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In the rain


Beyond the distance
becomes the drops of mistle;
beloved existence.

her verse and songs fly
where flowers blossom splendid;
fiancée oaths reply.
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Her lone figure stands -
she spreads her hands out to reach
the fields of far lands.

Conceived caress on hair
unending oceanic paths -
her eyes upwards stare.
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On boat's seaward trail -
pure mistle she loved amidst
mizzen and main sail.

I kiss her smile in rain -
approaches in dusk conceived 
spelling our refrain.
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© G. V. 05-26-2013

Sponsor: Poet Destroyer A
Contest Name: Kissing In The Rain
Placement: 1st
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Pics 3, 6, 7
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Lighthouse Guiding Care

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                                              Treacherousness near
                                         Rocky shore shallow waters_
                                           Lighthouse's guiding care


Contest:"What My Eyes See"
In honor of: Annalise Brigham


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Ambivalence

Atmosphere of Spring
Aura of cold, powdered snow
Ambivalence still


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beach haiku

Sand laden waves

Pound rich seaweed crusted rocks

Cockles dig deeper


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Under the Tree

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                                         under the tree
                                         sunlight picks through the leaves
                                         no need to count sheep


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Summer Fling


Steamy sultry night
Stars and lovers hearts ablaze
Midnight encounter


Copyright © 2009   Lena “Lolita” Townsend



Inspired by Abe Lopez ~ Haiku Seasons Contest


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Down at the Hardware Store

Flapping in the wind
   A sign hangs near the front door
        "LEAF BLOWERS ON SALE"


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Pencils and Books

.                  Along the roadside
                         leaves scatter from the gust of
                              a bright yellow bus




   





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Submitted for "Images of Fall" contest
Sponsored by Brian Strand


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Weeping Willow Tree

Weeping willow tree
Casting your summer leaves
Down with a brown chrunch


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Sea

Stage in blazing lights
Lovely steps of a hornpipe
Sailor boy's delight


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Grandpa



As he cast his line
through brown pipe smoke and fog,
Again, he sits and waits.


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'the sea'

(beautiful!) immense and Poseidon-like,--the sea washes o'er my soul.


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Pour Love

Pour love everywhere
Veer fairy lilies gently
Thrilling spring’s beauty

Plant white carnation
Daisies are chanting “Holy”
Freeing harmony

Pour love everywhere
Palm branches cuddle lily
Wine is spring’s honey 

Plant dwarf gladiolus
A rosy crown is homey
Fairy’s sketch pretty.
By: Nadia Shahwan. This poem "Pour Love" won an honorable mention in June
2009, then became the winner in January 2010.


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nature foursome


~a sea gull’s swift flight
      over waves, shadow as kite 
         last catch before night 

~choppy waves reflect
      birds of sea by light inspect
         dead fishes’ bisect

~shad fish seek cover
      fish schools shield each the other
         surrogate mother

~ocean waves relent
      light of day energy spent
         sea smells of salt scent 

For and in honor of Carol Brown
And contest: What’s The Buzz



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Sailors Beware

Brightly shining light

Forewarning of some danger

Guiding sailors home.


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Off the Top

Gently tousled leaves
Vivid the emerald fronds
Soon will turn to gold


*Placed 7th in Matt Caliri's contest, "Write Now!" (Approximately 50 seconds)


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haiku 8

ancient lighthouse stands
tiny sailboat drifts alone
warm wind finds a song

© donna jones


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Water hibernation

Placid and frigid
Clad shrouded stones of splendor
In a winter bath


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Golden Soiree'

Crisp leaves gaily dance
As red and gold parchment gowns
Swirl on Autumn winds






Inspired by Abe Lopez' contest, Haiku Seasons


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Danger Ahead

organisms spawn
     sea heated by July sun...
          red tide comes ashore

dead fish waste on sand
    gulls peck at infected food...
        illness spreads to all


*For Brian's "A Jewel in your Crown" contest