Day 19 National Poetry Writing Month – Haiku Poetry

Published April 19, 2013 by Laura Crean Author

Lonely log on Beachy Head taken by Laura Crean

Today I thought I would attempt some Haiku poems.  I will not be sticking to the 5 – 7 – 5 rule but will be using the nature and seasonal themes and using 3 short lines to create a poetic image.  ideas I have kept in mind when constructing my Haiku poems are to perhaps have a seasonal word, possibly a couple of sensory images, the idea of a surprise ending and juxtoposing 2 ideas.

cloudy sky shifting

a lonely log

welcomes silence

 

a seed falls

the bird swoops

a squirrel sneaks in

 

spring sends showers

the tulip drinks

snow sends a frozen surprise

 

a tiger

long grass

hidden enemy

 

warm summer night

cool blue moon

long silent shadows

 

clouds in spring

warm breeze rises

rain turns to soft mist

 

fox in meadow

finds a daisy bed

owl exploring 

Image

Foxes in meadow with owl – painting by Laura Crean

 

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