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Haiku on Growing Old

I can't seem to stop writing poetry or reading poetry. I think it is safe to say I love poetry and I love sharing great poetry with others.

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Haiku on Growing Old

A half buried rock

that holds child's watercolor

through every season


Ponderosa Pine

cone lies on animal path

to remain all year


Sometimes they gather

the hummingbird and squirrel

moments of magic


my damn beard grows long

along with the crabgrass outside

our brown and grey time

© 2018 Jamie Lee Hamann

Comments

John Hansen from Gondwana Land on April 13, 2018:

This is beautiful haiku, Jamie..lovely imagery. I enjoyed it.

Doris James MizBejabbers from Beautiful South on April 13, 2018:

I like it, especially the last stanza. I admire anyone who can write haiku.

Ann Carr from SW England on April 13, 2018:

I like the imagery here, Jamie. Enjoyed it very much.

Ann

Chris Mills from Traverse City, MI on April 13, 2018:

Jamie, that is an awesome “one-with-nature” haiku. Thanks for sharing it.

Audrey Hunt from Idyllwild Ca. on April 13, 2018:

Jamie, you are a true poet. I love the flow of this poem. Your last stanza is brilliant!

Venkatachari M from Hyderabad, India on April 13, 2018:

Very good poem portraying the growing older features of both human and nature. Enjoyed it a lot.

Verlie Burroughs from Canada on April 13, 2018:

Love these Jamie, little paintings, and the painting too, so peaceful.

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