Top 100 Poems About: HAIKU

In this page, poems on / about “haiku” are listed.
  • 1.
    ( I.S.P. - Haiku) Verse

    "He Spankie my imagination
    until I seen reality."
    Look's attractive a Man!
    Conversation hold a Man! read more »

    Bernice Rush
  • 2.

    Little brother, long-gone ­
    the river water is cold,
    this summer afternoon read more »

    Everett F. Briggs
  • 3.

    We heard horns and brakes
    Looked seeing the cars collide
    Then heard the loud crash read more »

    John A. Strommen
  • 4.
    Japanese Haiku

    Mount Fujiyama
    Cherry Trees in Blossom
    A Couple in Love American Western Haiku On a mountain peak
    Stood a mountain goat king read more »

    Kenneth D. Patton
  • 5.

    Gospel principles
    Given true priority
    Gain eternal life.
    Embrace Charity; read more »

    Lois Dahlberg
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    Lois Kahl Davis
  • 7.
    Haiku 2

    Cat Killer Cat pounces,
    Bringing food for the larder,
    Purring, meowing. Piano Black keys, white keys call.
    Fingers bent and twisted now, read more »

    Louise Norman
  • 8.

    Asking directions,
    A blind beggar
    Points the way. "Ask not for a key",
    Said the spider read more »

    Louis Robert Samuels
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    Peter Morriss
  • 10.

    In the beginning
    God was, is and forever
    Love manifested read more »

    Muriel G. Singleton
  • 11.

    In the Lightning flash
    The whiteness of the lily
    Suddenly alone
    Tanka When he hung himself, read more »

    Royal L. Craig
  • 12.

    Divine Female God
    Release the bonds of my life
    Nurture freedom, soar. read more »

    Sister Mary Elizabeth Henaughan, H.M.
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