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Spring Haiku Poems | Haiku Poems About Spring

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

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HEAVENLY HERALD

dainty daffodil your golden trumpet fanfares the dawning of spring 09~18~14 Contest: Creative Haiku Sponsor: Charlotte Puddifoot ~awarded 1st place ~


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Haiku 57 about the rose

wings flutter on a moist petal rose nectar


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haiku 30 Spring's warmth

Erased for publishing


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1 Cherry blossom haiku

Sakura breathing...
along an old stone footpath
children are laughing


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Blossom

                                              Sweet scented blossom
                                             Confetti sent from heaven    
                                                 With a gentle breeze                                    

                                                      Jan Allison
                                                  26th April 2014

My grateful thanks to  Elly Wouterse for helping me change and add to  the original few words to produce a haiku!

~Entered into Debbie Guzzi's contest Spring into Haiku ~
             ~  Awarded Honourable Mention ~

                                


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blossoms gather

blossoms gather
below the boughs...
pink cabochons


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Beautiful Spring Morning

Inhaling air on

a beautiful spring morning

intoxicating.

written 5--9-11


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Spring ball

 Trees dressed all in pink
In attendance at spring's ball
cherry blossoms dance
                     ~


 Nature


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Haiku 004 at the Spring farm

the chickadee tweets

i eat my breakfast

without an egg


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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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