Haiku - Poem by Mary Naylor
Shadows writhe and creep.
My angel, please, stay by me,
‘Till the shadows fade!
The blue lake
Beckons swimmers to
The Wind (Haiku)
Dances with flowers
Children laugh with glee and shout,
Wind prances with bees!
Summer Carnival (Haiku? Senryu?)
Frog flicks tongue and hits target.
Snake sheds skin.
The Golden Fleece (Haiku)
Flashing, smoky veil
Sullen thunder, booms, rumbles,
Bee floats to flower.
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