Tag Archives: haiku

¬†Haiku for the rain

Light rain forms puddles

Gathering on the bush path

Splash splash a birds bath

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2 short haiku

Melting snow trickles
To form a stream a river
Rushing to the sea

Plum blossoms open
Leaves burst through barren branches
Pink carpet below

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Haiku, Spring

Winds blowing, Sun shines

Rain falls, wind blows, hot sun shines

Weather changes, Spring

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A few Haiku… just for fun

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An old petal falls

A flower shrivels, dies

Winter has arrived

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Gusts of wind not seen

Reeking havoc on nature

Branches split from trees

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A flower blossoms

Sun brightens, insects emerge

Springtime has arrived

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Many trees uprooted

Waves breach the sand barrier

Storm evidence seen

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Large spent  gum-nuts fall

From old man eucalypt trees

Crunch break underfoot

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Paperbark layers

Fall, collected by children

Small hands can scribble

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Raindrops tumbling

Creating water puddles

Wet children frolic

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Water trickling down

Mountains make tall waterfalls

Shatter scatter pool

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Wildflowers blossom, bloom

Amidst desert dryness grow

Defiance displayed

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Consider insects

Constant movement never still

Labour together

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Reeds border deep ponds

Birds find refuge, rest

Shadows shelter fish

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