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Haiku Seasons Poems | Haiku Poems About Seasons

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liquid little stones

liquid little stones
skipping and skittering free
on shared umbrellas


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LATE OCTOBER HAIKU

LATE AUTUMN HAIKU

they’re almost gone now
how brown, bare the branches look
some toys in the leaves

when rain turns to snow
how sad those two last roses
brave faces with tears

apples      bruised apples
scattered on the frosted green
and this twiggy frown

music in the wind
late october’s final song
dancing red and gold

talk of winter now
old dog by a crackling fire
shutters rattle      pings!

photo of dear dad
he loved that fulsome willow
fallen leaves      marker

Dave Austin


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SEASONS HAIKU - COLLABORATION WITH SHANE COOPER

Spring Cool breeze gently blows Brilliant butterflies dancing Rainbows in motion Summer Glorious gold beach Sandcastles reach for the sky Children having fun Autumn Crisp leaves fall slowly Green glens veiled in falls blanket Sunset beneath trees Winter Cold icy morning Dancing whirling wonderland Snowflakes from heaven Collaboration with Shane Cooper 15th January 2015


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THE DAWN OF SPRING

winter thaw begins snowdrops peeping through the snow raising sleepy heads Jan Allison 26th November 2014


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Fall

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


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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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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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Loverly

kissing in spring’s rain your touch and sweet passion’s rush in summer meadows our bright autumn strolls warm embraces and that glow kissing in the snow just you and me in every season - isn’t it loverly?


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Welcome Spring

through the open door
across my room sunlight spills. . . .
Robin Redbreast trills

the scent of blossoms
carried on April’s warm breeze. . . . 
our first hummingbird

among red flowers
where my daughter twirls her skirt . . . . 
a butterfly flits

in late afternoon
laughing in our garden spot. . . . 
we spy a bluebird


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Spring Haiku




~Riot of Colors~
Life garlands cyclic blossoms 
Earth rejuvenates~






Traditional Haiku Contest – Debbie Guzzi
~awarded Honourable Mention~


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autumn mysteries

steps amid
the colors. . .
autumn mysteries


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colors of pumpkin

colors of pumpkin, 
vermillion and deep gold---
    veiled mysteries air

branches intertwine
in a sea of canopies---
    harvest moon rises

gilded by the dawn
and swayed by a seasoned wind---
    shades of art abound



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Autumn Refuge

Cat door swings open
 
Field mouse scampers in --
 
     Tiny feet warmed



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copper beech leaves

copper beech leaves fall - fall's rustling russet secrets confided to earth


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Masks (of Hallowen)

Darkness uttermost
Howl gobblins, gooks, grinch and ghost
Dripping touch of night

Blood like curdled light
Candle tears, white serpents hiss
Shadowing the mist

Hell has broken free
Behind the masked jubilee
Of death's silent screams

Rats, pumpkins, dead dreams
In dried fairytales of leaves
Mark, our prank deceives

The shuddering knife
Not again, jack ripped his heart
With pale piper's fife.

Not heaven nor art
The cold merriment, a wheeze
Of dark wintry breeze.


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September

As Autumn ignites,
The leaves burn with ember glow.
They fall like ashes.


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plumes of breath

plumes of breath -
wolf's eyes shimmer
in moonlight


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Spring


       march winds gust -

       gorse clings on tightly
       
       whilst daffodils sway


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Winter's End

                         I broke my shovel

                       Is it a sign from above

                         That winter is over


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SEASONS A COLLABORATION WITH JAN ALLISON

Spring
 
Cool breeze gently blows
Brilliant butterflies dancing                
Rainbows in motion                          
 
Summer
 
Glorious gold beach
Sandcastles reach for the sky
Children having fun
 
 
Autumn
 
Crisp leaves fall slowly
Green glens veiled in falls blanket
Sunset beneath trees
 
 
Winter
 
Cold icy morning
Dancing whirling wonderland
Snowflakes from heaven


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I'm Sorry

a single white rose
given to the one you want -
apoligized to


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Spring Into Haiku

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pink laced branches
shimmer against the sun
petals in my lunch

thirst quenched
by snow's runoff...
I roll up my jeans

my breath
silenced by cold water...
blue feet with red nails

reaching the meadow
discomfort is forgotten...
blisters on my heel

sneezing
from wildflower pollen....
flannel sleeve hanky

wildflowers 
reflect on sunglasses...
camera's click
   



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5/7/14  For Deb's Contest: "Spring Into Haiku


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Autumn

A wisp of white cloud
On a breeze, that cools the land
Autumn is soon here


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SNOW BLOSSOM

One bright splash of red
On the snow-covered holly--
A cardinal bloom. 


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Summer Haiku


daffodils wilt in summer heat -- a lost friend kite tails fly -- children chase the wind and catch the sun a forgotten swing sways beneath an empty nest -- and ripe, red apples By Rhonda Johnson-Saunders, April 10, 2012 for ????.....!!!!!.....Ku Ku Crazy......!!!!!.....???? Contest (Tracie ~*~ Indigo Dreamweaver )


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Cardinal On The Bough

Cardinal On The Bough
Flashing Crimson In The White
He Takes Flight In Fog


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Moments of Eternal Beauty

Blossoms fall like snow

Where the silent river flows

...eternal moment


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white crocheted lace

white crocheted lace stretched tight upon mucadines' trellis... winter's bullace grape


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ALWAYS

a clinging vine
ivy climbs the wall
un-noticed


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Redbud

Crimson seeds of spring
leaf light air, butterfly rain
soft as summer’s swirl.