Category Archives: Haiku Heights

Day 1: NaPoWriMo 2014 – My Chagrin

Day1 Prompt: Today, I’d like you to go to Reb Livingston’s Bibliomancy Oracle. Clear your mind, push the button, and then write a poem based on the quotation that the oracle provides. My results: Excise any wasteful habits. You know … Continue reading

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Expectation

on fledgling feathers aerial expectations beautiful blue skies —-

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Rainbow

Tumultuous skies Mountains echo heaven’s voice Please rainbow, come soon —-

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Seven

Tightly holding on Pretty flower with seven left – White petal falling —-

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Crooked Haiku

Weaving through the trees Moonlight shadows the racoon Crooked intentions Hundred mile journey Crooked paths in wild places Mountain stream, trickles Tiny crooked legs With impossible angles Fawn takes a first step —-

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Carnival

Though its late in the season, did you ever wonder what a flower bed might be to a honey bee? Buzzing, whirring, zip through carnivals of colors, Pollen sucker lands. —

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Decisions

I feel as if I’m plagued by a degree of fatalism or predestination as I reflect on the subject of decisions.  In my haiku, tonight, I write of hunter and prey.  Do they really have a choice? no leisurely stroll … Continue reading

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