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Traditional Japanese Haiku 7.0

 
(i) Winds of Silence
 
the wind blows northward
I contemplate its silence
it's the breath of God

 
(ii) Monkeys Reign
 
monsoon come so soon
jungle plants get refreshed
but the monkeys drown

 
(iii) Winter
 
a woven white rug
walking on a crunch carpet
powdered snow brings light

 
(iv) Sun Day
 
my meditation
brings me to my happy place
sunny but still sad

 
(v) Pop The Question
 
Mother of nature
Tell me where is my father
a proud forest Elm

 
(vi) Reflections
 
such a glorious day
tree spirits absorb the sun
reflected back in song

 
(vii) A Poke At April
 
April showers soon
I can smell her stink from here
I prefer a bath
David_Macleod
Written by David_Macleod (David Macleod)
Published | Edited 9th Oct 2019
Author's Note
These Haiku pay homage to the Japanese art form
Its form is a western interpretation

THESE ARE CERTAINLY HAIKU!
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