Tag Archives: haiku

Dawn of fireflies

After sunset the lightest dark dawn of fireflies.

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Springtime sensations

Springtime sensations — pollen-laden air induces sneezes — a second wind beneath butterfly wings.

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Unheard haiku

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A dead silence falls conifers stripped of sound their needles pointless.

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Potent pine breath

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On a breath of air the potent pine tree’s fragrance I inhale deeply.

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White elephant melt

Sixteen inches of snow shrinks Winter’s white elephant gift icicle tusks reduced to slush.

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Potent pine breath

On a breath of air the potent pine tree’s fragrance I inhale deeply.

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Unheard haiku

A dead silence falls conifers stripped of sound their needles pointless.

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