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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.

Max came to town the same week my father left. It was a good week for me and a tough one for Mom. Her hair...

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Categories: childhood,

Premium Member The Wee Folk Of Bensham Bog
I was once told a story, of the wee folk of Bensham Bog; they live in carved mushroom houses that are shaped like bullfrogs and...

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Categories: animal, children, fantasy, myth,

Premium Member Connie Marcum Wong
On July 2, 2022, Connie posted her poem “The Blessings of Prayer” dedicated to her "loving poetry friends" who were so encouraging to her during...

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: blessing, character, friendship, strength,

Premium Member Where The Streets Are Full Of Pity
Last night I met an old boxer in an alley of cardboard; he seemed glad to see me, 
shouted me over for a fight, I...

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Categories: addiction, sad,

Premium Member Town 47
'Finally, another moving box unpacked', she thought to herself, while leaning towards the rest of the boxes, rising 4 pillars of 5 cardboard boxes each...

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Categories: abuse, freedom, inspiration, life,

Premium Member Believe Me, This is a True Story

Going back to when I was 10 yrs old, I had this daft idea to use my bedroom window...

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Categories: appreciation, best friend, dog,

converstation with my teeth april 1
I have bad teeth. Always have since birth.  I had braces as a child and hated it.  Hated going to the dentist. ...

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© jake aller  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: body,

Premium Member Help Me Out Here

I am going back a few years here when Obama was in power, things noted at the time, did we not...

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Categories: america, angst, anxiety, bible,

Premium Member My Blood Ran Cold
my neighbor Vi is a personable woman with determination in every action. The day I met her she came over, introduced herself, and told me...

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Categories: native american,

Premium Member The Poet's Hands Are Tied

Her story is one that needs to be told.  Born in a poor family she was sent to work at a very young age....

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Categories: analogy, childhood,

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Every morning when I wake up, I drink coffee and reflect on the fairy tale aspect of my life. ...

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© jake aller  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: desire, love, lust, marriage,

Premium Member Springtime's Promise
Cool showers gather on the side yard
graced by tiny weeds and Swallowtails.
March brings hope to dormant soil in
an open field.  Seeds now comforted
settle in...

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Categories: fish, spring,

Premium Member WALL OF RUDOLPH
He drew. Most surely it was a he, because it was a city, its buildings and a dinosaur looms. I was in a mischievous mood...

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Categories: animal, art, christmas, humor,

Road Well-Kept
Concrete lanes going north ribbon themselves past barns and fields and small towns. A talk show interview plays on the radio, saying everyone has a...

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Categories: friendship, imagery, memory, native


Her spouse wise or unwise, who can tell. Does he dream in midnight hues? Oh why doesn’t he wake up, or at least spit out...

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Categories: animal, fear,