Haiku

wrheath By wrheath, 28th May 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2e6yc71z/
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Here are a few haiku. I rarely subscribe to the 5-7-5 syllable rule; I normally keep my haiku to 10-12 syllables with no set line requirements. A "kigo" is required, and I try for a couple of juxtaposing images which, combined, suggest a feeling or emotion.

Haiku/Senryu Series

late night wrong number -
the softness
of distant lightning
____
falling blossoms
a light spring rain
lulls me to sleep
____
farm children -
a name for all moons
in their game
____
overcast sky...
we tell each other stories
of his life
____
peach blossoms
a new voice
in the church choir
____
a dozen hooves
or maybe thunder
- washing dinner dishes
____
spring rain
into a rushing stream
- life is short
____
longer days
the slow beat
of a heron's wings
____
the first cricket -
a tentative toe
into the stream

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Blossoms, Spring

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
28th May 2013 (#)

Interesting - siva

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