Haiku



Haiku are short poems with the form of

five syllables

seven syllables
five syllables

They must have a connection to a season- including a nature word to further this goal. They must capture one brief moment in time. They must have some surprise or AHA moment.


Technically, combining haiku with a photograph or painting is called haiga, which is generally what I do. I think it's a bit more fun. 


Do you haiku? Haiga? If so, post yours in the comments and share with the world!


Read mine for a little inspiration:


pink
#81
creek
space
cracked
remembering
falls
always free
both
crystalize
today
#71
reaching
reflection
marigolds
winter
woolly
root
#64
eight
birthday
asters
orange
raspberries
#58
#57
Monet
ADK
pinned
light
#52
down
ripe
content
two
poppies
#46
frog and toad
today
dirt
in spring
tradition
birth day
overturned
Spring Haiku
#38
#37
#36
#35
movement
#33
#32
conformity
mandala
gingerbread
#28
remembrance
air
Gaia
rows
#23
#22
success
connected
#19
Then
haiku #17
spun
monday haiku #15
to visit
along the river
glow
monday haiku
haiku #10
evening glory
monday haiku #8
tis the season
bird sound
grit
instead
the difference
duck memoir

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