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Seven Vivid Haiku Poems

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Rozlin loves composing poems and sharing them with her readers. She pours her heart in her every write up.


What is Haiku?

Haiku is a short Japanese poem. It is traditionally written in three lines. A complete poem contains seventeen syllables. Line 1 has five syllables. Line 2 has seven syllables and Line 3 has five syllables. Haiku traditionally evokes an image of the world.

Tips on How to Compose a Haiku?

  • To write a haiku poem, get inspired by gazing the nature. Nature is full of life and divinity.
  • Appreciate the moment.
  • Remember the pattern. Line one should describe one thing. Line two should state about another thing. Line three should mention the connection between the two things.
  • Grammar, punctuation and rhyme is not mandatory. It is up to the author.
  • Beauty of nature or anything besides nature you want to describe in a haiku can be done using simple words.

Peaceful is the shore.

Sea waves hit the shore with foam.

Feel satisfaction.

Dark is the night.

Its Sleeping time soul knows.

Sick mind won’t.


Golden sunset.

Blue sky is disappearing.

Moon is to rise.


Waves hit rocks.

Rocks shakes and erodes.

Wounds disappear.


Busy roads ON.

Every morning and evening.

Cars rush for same aim.

Balcony ledge.

two doves were sitting on.

I came close, they flew.

Oranges, lemons.

Citrus fruits are many.

Pure vitamin C.

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