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Story Haibun Poems

These Story Haibun poems are examples of Haibun poems about Story. These are the best examples of Haibun Story poems written by international poets.


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As soon as her words enter my brain I feel the force of a million gees...

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© Tom Woody  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fantasy, suicide,



Premium Member Stars in Her Eyes Mirror

The beauty you see in me is a reflection of you ~ Rumi

Pouring forth from the light in her eyes, I see my heart spilling...

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Categories: beautiful, blessing, dance, encouraging,

There’s a Change a Coming
Last night, my mind started wandering around the hills and hollers of the olden days again. That is not unusual as the older I get,...

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Categories: poetry,

Zero Value
I liked this little story more than your expectation. To explain it, we knew that zero means nothing. In fact, in mathematical philosophy, zero has...

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Categories: cool,

Exaggeration is Part of the Game
~Exaggeration is Part of the Game~

Back in the day, I remember my momma always used to say things like, “If I had a nickel for...

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Categories: poetry,



Taking Credit
It’s amazing what can be accomplished if you don’t care who takes the credit. What kind of amazing things do you think could get done...

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Categories: poetry,

Sticks and Stones
“The heart may believe in itself, but the ears will believe what others say.”
Back in the day (we won’t even discuss how long ago that...

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Categories: poetry,

Premium Member Journey of a Contemporary Joseph
Author’s note: The following is in haibun form—poetic prose (microfiction with less than 200 words in this case) coupled with a haiku. It was written...

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Categories: christmas, family, immigration, jesus,

Premium Member My Stoic Enduring Existence
 
"The story of our life is like a leaf-
Bring beauty to this world, however brief."

         ...

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Categories: how i feel, life,

Simhaladvipa
"Simhaladvipa or simply Simhala is the name of an island (dvipa) according to the Kathasaritsagara, chapter 56. Accordingly, “... there he [Candrasvamin] heard that the...

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Categories: art, history, men, poems,

Premium Member Death and Destruction
Having been a journalist for the past forty years, now ready to make my final accord, I had to cover this one last story. ...

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Categories: sorrow,

Premium Member Bono and Me
"Do you like U2?" she asked. 

It was an unusually awesome sunrise in Belleville Park. I come here to eat my breakfast on nice days...

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© Tom Woody  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: love, music,

Premium Member Dance of Graves
Dance of Graves

The dance of graves occurs more than we are prompted to imagine.  We prefer to keep matters of death fit into that...

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Categories: angst, death, feelings, god,

Premium Member Faded Beauty In the Woods
 
"I can smell the soul of an abandoned house and
 I believe it is whispering, please explore me."
      
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Categories: home, imagery, nature,

Premium Member Stone Soup
The storm stirred…having ingredients our neighbors provided.
Stolen goods, the storm stashed in its wings, and headed East.
The storm boiled in Mississippi - all baby boomers...

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Categories: storm,


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