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golden dreams - haiku contest


   

burnished golden dreams
hide the ravages of time ...
on desires worn path



Penned19/09/2014

Copyright © SEREN ROBERTS

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Haiku 1

I bled myself dry
because of you slaughtered, drained
exsanguinated

Copyright © L. M. K.

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- Haiku X 45 - Earth's Children -

 

 Rights to care and health
 Ebola - child is orphan
 A safe hand to hold 

 Long dark eyelashes
 Protect my little angel 
 God will make a way




 03.02.2015
 A-L Andresen :)
 Copyright © All Rights Reserved

Copyright © Anne Lise Andresen

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haiku 28

rainy morning...
the drops
of a tear flow

Copyright © Phyllis Babcock

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My daughter emigrated today non traditional haiku

after she has gone

the teapot still full and warm

now empty

Copyright © Eiken Laan

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Haiku For The Children




old river flows hushed
blood and tears, silent weeping  
children are slaughtered


Haiku December 29, 2012

Brenda Atry

Copyright © Brenda Atry

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Haiku 5 - mournful cries, way of nature, flight into eternity

mournful cries fill the air
mother bird calling for its baby
eaten by the cat

mantis catches butterfly
I am sad: yet, that is 
the way of nature

loud feathered thud
- flight into eternity
deceptive glass pane

Copyright © john beharry

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Haiku 85

	
	
	Haiku 85
	
	
	that night...
	you were no different
	I was
	
	
	
	

Copyright © Jack Jordan

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Haiku

a cricket in the eaves
harmonizes with
night rain
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old river benue
a fisherman's canoe
ladened for market
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graveyard's windy dust
sending papers and leaves high
every ones underground

Copyright © Charles Melody Lightning Ink

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haiku

flies trapped
inside rice jar
I ask him to leave

Copyright © Alvin Thomas Ethington

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haiku 1

Bacchus only wept
in summertime's driest days
when drought killed the vine

Copyright © Sean Cosslett Moore

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Haiku #4 - True Story

She was addicted
to cocaine just like I was
addicted to rap.

Copyright © Bakari Wright

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haiku 4

my son's first picture --
a dust-covered rocker 
by the window

Copyright © Debbie Guzzi

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HAIKU

In the distance saws
Assault morning's quietness.
Tears fall like the trees.

Copyright © Sara Giroux

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haiku 1

rows of tombstones
unattended line the hill --
crows roost

Copyright © Debbie Guzzi

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Haiku 32





        I’ve cried...
	yet not enough
	Storm-dark skies 

Copyright © Jack Jordan

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a Haiku


Reluctant leaves fall
from the old tree showering
an old man walking.

Copyright © len carber

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Playing Around Wit Haiku Counter

There's more love in a bottle of gin than some men's whole body. 
A taste of the ever clear cleanse unkind words for a moment
Instead of being Snow White she's now off white impaled by love

Copyright © Barbara Washington

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Haiku 3

the world thinks I'm nuts,
pining on the way I do,
pining on for you

Copyright © Handful Haiku

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Haiku 17 - double

The small, full moment  
of love in the afternoon. 
Awkward and nuanced.
               •
Small, empty moment,
a remembrance of passion. 
My constant sadness.

Copyright © Jack Jordan

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Haiku 8

I feel the lost knot 
of just being, without thought.
The space of regret.

Copyright © Jack Jordan

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haiku: holly tree

A grand holly tree
invaded by squirrels stealing
all its red berries.

Copyright © len carber

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Haiku 2

where did it all go,
my happiness, now fleeting,
lives on in your smile

Copyright © Handful Haiku

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Convince Me (haiku)

Starting from the top
Say it all just right. Don't stop.
I don't believe yet.

Copyright © Brittney Rhoda-Goode

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Haiku 1

tell me your secrets,
cupped hands whisper into ears,
so many to share

Copyright © Handful Haiku

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Haiku

My heart bled today
Because our love had ended
Just like a sunset.

Copyright © Josette Key

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DEATH COMES WITH SUMMER [Haiku 6]

Summer floods and death.
Despair sorrow, some homeless.
Barriers in future?

Copyright © George McDougall

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~Haiku #22~


two shoes lie mirrored
forgotten when spring cleaning -
the wake remembered

The use of 'lie' in line 1 is meant, a play on words to try and create a double image /
feeling depending on how it is read.

1. Two shoes laying side by side, a mirror reflection of each other
2. The shoes, just by their presence there imply that they are used, which as the reader
discovers later in the Haiku is in fact a lie.

Copyright © Colin Marschall

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Broken (Haiku)

The battered rose lay, 
sorely strewn upon the earth, 
as lifeless beauty

Copyright © Adell Foster

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Haiku 11

Looking for the sun,
A worm came out of his hole;
A bird greeted him.

Copyright © millard lowe