Beautiful Oak

by Bobby Potten
(Ohio)

Beautiful oak
Pretty fountain flowing free
With thick dark red blood

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Rose Petal

by Avery
(USA)

Dangling rose petal
Knows not where it must
Fall, and so fade.

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About the author: "Haikus are insight into a person's soul...so you can guess mine!"

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Nature

by Michael
(belfast )

Lovely summer rays
Reflect off the fresh water
Flowers follow suns path.

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About the author: "My name is Michael. I am Irish. And am taking up Haiku as my new hobby."

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Judy in Light

by John Wieruszewski
(Toormina, NSW, Australia)

Light fades end of day
But starlight doth endless play
This soul is a star

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About the author: "This haiku was inspired by news of the passing of a good friend.

Casual research interviewing and Botanic Garden volunteer work occupies a lot of my week. Father of two sons long gone running along life's track. Myself, an ambler toward spirit."

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Shoreline

by Mackenzie Wilson
(Michigan, USA)

the rushing water
cold mist brushes my skin
as I lay aside

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Autumn Days

by Darran James Howell
(UK Kent)

Lurching gray truthful sky
keeping company with rain
picture perfect window framed.

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Three Cheers for Cardio

by Amanda O'Leary
(Prince George, BC, Canada )

Sweat dripping, heck YEAH!
Running--going to puke--boo yah!
Still craving mars bar....

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About the author: "29 year old lawyer aiming to be fit and adorable (instead of fat and frumpy) by 30!"

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Today

by Ronnel
(St Joseph, Trinidad and Tobago)

clouds parade the sky,
the sun is its own spotlight,
her smile is lovely.

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About the author: "My name is Ronnel Nurse. I am a closet poet, and I am developing a passion for writing."

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Abyss

by emilio young
(California )

the abyss
dark, cold, and empty
but yet i stare into it

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Still Existent

by Hannah Russell
(Eagle River, Alaska U.S.A.)

Dampness in the earth
Early snowfall is fading
Autumn's still awake

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Vague Me

by Frank Osei Nyame
(Ghana)

Summer moon so blue
Sucking deep into my soul
Crickets are silent















By Frank Osei Nyame
Student, University Of Ghana

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Sleepless

by Margaret Burrows
(France)

Morning comes early
Sombre dreams keep me awake
please come soon the night

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About the author: "I was interested in poetry at school over forty years ago and have recently rekindled this interest."

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Reflection

by Lone
(Lahore )

Tears glistening in her eyes,
Smile fainting from her lips
The lost me looking in the mirror

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Caught in time

by Kirsty Boyle
(Essex, England)

mountain frozen in time
tidal wave about to curl
soaring in the sky

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Spring

by Jennifer
(Rutland Vermont USA)

In the early Spring
Butterflies come out to play
Dancing in the wind

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Winter in Arizona

by Thelma Liszak
(Chandler, Arizona)

The season is near
Cool nights, the days are shorter too
Winter is peeking.

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About the author: "My name is Thelma Liszak and teach elementary school. I always include a unit on poetry with my classes. Someday I would like to publish a poetry book."

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spring buzz

by Edwin F. Lionheart
(Taiwan)

the flowers in a spring lawn
a hardworking bee jumps,
making petal swings.

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Opening The Door To School

by Danixsa Thompson
(Carthage, NY)

Anew the crisp fall
A sense of awakening
A walk down your path

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Rain

by Susan Bunch
(Dunkirk, Indiana)

Gloomy dark skies
Cold, wet and gray
God is weeping
Washing away sin

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Contrasts

by Nathalie
(London)

Yellow and White on a sunny blue,
Explosion of Pink
Sharp candy

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About the author: "Frenchwoman living in London for 14 yrs. Been a long time since I last attempted to do any sort of poetry!"

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Autumn's Conclusion

by Hannah Russell
(Eagle River, Alaska U.S.A.)

Extravagant leaves
Calmly covered by fair snow
Autumn's concluding

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Fox

by Rowan Via
(Belton, TX)

Jumping silently
The fox has spotted its prey
Gracefully pounces.

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Mother Natures Call

river rages wild
heart pounding fear of drowning
arises passion

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About the author: "Full-time working mom of three."

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Summer

by Lauren P

the palm tree breezes
dance in the bright summer heat
limbs kiss vibrant sky

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The Death of Autumn

by Sydney M.
(Warsaw, OH U.S.A. )

The leaves beautiful,
So many colors to see,
They die black and dead.

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A Warm Chill

by Ashleigh Orr
(Mesa, AZ, USA)

I depart outside,
full of mind as the wind warms
the cold of my heart.

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About the author: "Ashleigh Orr is a student living in Mesa, AZ. With aspirations to become a veterinarian, writing poetry and the wind alike help to keep her mind off of the financial pressures of paying for her schooling."

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Procrastination

by SFK

So much work to do
But I sit here anyway
Letting the time fly

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The Wind and the Rain

by H.
(Earth)

Wind sings through the trees.
The rain falls gives me hope.
A calm comes to me.

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About the author: "I love poetry with all that I am. It's what I live for, breathe for, and do my whole life."

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