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12 Haiku Poems- Examples

Poetry is a door to a new world for Jimmy. It gives him a place to speak his heart.

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A Haiku is an unrhymed Japanese poetry composed of three lines with 5, 7, 5 syllables for each line respectively. This form of Japanese poetry shy away from the common forms of poetry which are usually composed of a number of lines and syllables. (You may also want to see Tanka, which is also a short form of Japanese poetry. Below is a link for your reference).

  • Tanka
    Beauty of love and nature.

Haiku Poems About Nature

TREES


Leaves that give us air

Sway so gentle 'round each year

Fall off for rebirth.


FIELDS

Abundant display

Crops that kiss the happy sun

Feed the world each day.


RIVERS

Sparkling crystal clear

Foot of mountain, vales, and hills

Green, green grass of hope.


JUNGLE

Jump, oh antelope

Sneak with pride huge lioness

Behind that oak tree.


FLOWERS

Colors spread away

Cloak the fields with tenderness

Gift this love to her.


FOREST

Towering great trees

Save the lives of in dire need

Inside their own world.


MOUNTAINS

Rise above the clouds

Like giants reaching the stars

Beauty of this earth.






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Haiku Poems About Love

HER

Gentle like the sky

This heart drowns in care and love

My special someone.


UNSPOKEN PROMISE

Beautiful red string

Binds the soul for love alone

One without a word.


FAITH and TRUST

Worry not for me

The evil will not succeed

Trust, we will be one.


FEBRUARY YEAR

The year stays the same

We were here and now again

To savor this love.


THE PEACE WHEN I'M WITH YOU

There is no other place

When I'm with you I have peace

Tender of the heart.


Comments

Jimmy Bio Jr (author) from Tabaco City, Albay, Philippines on May 06, 2020:

Thank you Sankhajit for reading my humble haiku poems. I am overjoyed that you find them great. More power to you.

Sankhajit Bhattacharjee from MILWAUKEE on May 06, 2020:

all three liners are great especially 'River' and 'Flower'

am spellbound

Jimmy Bio Jr (author) from Tabaco City, Albay, Philippines on May 06, 2020:

Hello, Nathan. Thank you for your great remarks. There is greatness in simplicity of forms that's why I go for it.

Nathan Bernardo from California, United States of America on May 06, 2020:

Great haiku. They convey so much in the simplest and most direct form.

Jimmy Bio Jr (author) from Tabaco City, Albay, Philippines on May 05, 2020:

You are most welcome Maven. Please suit yourself with a few poetry that I have written to give light to one's soul amidst this most trying times.

And I am much thankful to you for having noticed the imagery I am actually trying to paint through the lines.

Larry Conners from Northern Arizona on May 05, 2020:

Wonderful imagery...thank you for these...reading them out loud provided the cream for my coffee...

Jimmy Bio Jr (author) from Tabaco City, Albay, Philippines on May 05, 2020:

Hello, Brenda. Thank you for your compliment!

The flowers are indeed lovely. I love them as well.I hope you'll find ways to raise flowers like those in the picture.

BRENDA ARLEDGE from Washington Court House on May 05, 2020:

Grest Haikus.

I love the picture! Wish I had flowers like that.

Thanks for sharing.

Jimmy Bio Jr (author) from Tabaco City, Albay, Philippines on May 05, 2020:

Hello, Demas. I am just an amateur but I tried putting my heart into it to put weight on the emotions and meaning.

Demas W Jasper from Today's America and The World Beyond on May 05, 2020:

Whoopy, another sincere Haikuer!

Jimmy Bio Jr (author) from Tabaco City, Albay, Philippines on May 05, 2020:

Hello, sir Ryan. I am most humbled by your feedback. May this composition may indeed be of help to those in dire need of Haiku and be a motivation for others to write.

RBN Library and Resource Center from Manila, Philippines on May 05, 2020:

Great hub! This is really helpful.

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