HAIKU AND POEMS (OF OLD) PAGE 1

autumn

autumn

lonely moon

lonely moon

Sparrows

Sparrows

My next drink?

My next drink?

Oops!!!

Oops!!!

Sleepy moon

Sleepy moon

Gypsy snail

Gypsy snail

I painted this picture last Winter and have given it to my grand-daughter Jenny

I painted this picture last Winter and have given it to my grand-daughter Jenny
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Moon metamorphose

GOLDFISH haiku

... would you know when a goldfish cries?

wind

the breeze and I


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3 responses

31 07 2009
danbartonbonsaipots

Haiku is a form of Japanese verse and is based on 17 syllables arranged in 3 lines and made up from 5 syllables; 7 syllables and on the third line a further 5 syllables. I love playing around with words and try to structure them in this way to create a moment of (usually) Nature observed. Not all of the haiku poems conform to this strict regime. I sometimes deviate.

5 08 2009
bartonportraits

I love reading the Haiku and will be visiting regularly to see what you’ve added

5 04 2010
Peter B

Congratulations Dan, some lovely observations. I came across them while looking for some haiku to “scatter” around the garden on ceramic tiles!
Peter

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