Tag Archives: Haikus

Haiku 52, Week 33

Vanishing sunlight Transforms the world into gold – Pines crowned in glory. Advertisements

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Winter Haikus

Better late than never, right? Winter Haikus Fenderburg The brown slush collects, It grows into an iceberg. A nudge, it falls, smash!   Pigs In Space The snowfall’s blinding, The flakes fly by us swiftly. We have reached Warp Speed. … Continue reading

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Autumn Haikus

Bedtime for Trees Winter is coming Drop all of your colored leaves It is time to sleep   The Best Light for Photography The sun sets early; Its warm and golden rays shine An autumn treasure   There’s a Bunch … Continue reading

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By Request, Summer Haikus

My wife Sarah asked if I could write a pair of Haikus comparing and contrasting our contrary views of the season of summer. Sarah adores the season, and I can barely tolerate it, though this summer has thus far been particularly … Continue reading

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