Limerick Haiku Poems | Limerick Poems About Haiku

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Haiku/Limerick number twenty

Haiku master, with me had a word
Said my Haiku's are simply absurd
Just one more for today, then put them away
You'r the mistress, I'm the Master, preferred


Mountain air biting
Spring lambs trailing on the edge
Mint sauce with dinner

Copyright © Deirdre Omaidin | Year Posted 2009

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Haiku Hell

Haikus with beer go well, I was told So I sat down and I ate eighty-four And when I got through I’m here to tell you, There sure was a mess on the floor Written by John Posey 12/22/12

Copyright © John Posey | Year Posted 2012

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Haiku number nine/Limerick re post


   Elderberry wine
   It's a knockout, first time round
   Boxing time again

   From Ireland, Deirdre's now calling
   She wrote a Haiku that's appalling
   If only she'd waited, with words reinstated
   Her Haiku might now be enthralling

Copyright © Deirdre Omaidin | Year Posted 2009

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Haiku Limerick

There is too much Haiku in my head.
Too much Five-Seven-Five being read.
For a real good time,
We all like a rhyme,
So I wrote this limerick instead.

Copyright © Ray Cardillo | Year Posted 2016

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bring on the haiku

There once was a poetry contest
which was an heroic concept  
The great Roger McGough 
just took a quick look 
and entered a haiku contest instead

Copyright © stephen pennell | Year Posted 2016