Haiku Poems

This ancient form of poem writing is renowned for its small size as well as the precise punctuation and syllables needed on its three lines. It is of ancient Japanese origin. It contains 17 syllables in 3 lines of five, seven, five. Haiku poems are typically about nature and usually about a specific season. Writing a haiku requires intense effort but the poem is well worth it. It is easy to feel a sense of perfection when viewing a perfectly formed Haiku.

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  • by Andrew Mancinelli
  • Published: 2/7/2013
"The Fire" In Haiku

I was in that fire,
The room was dark and somber.
I sleep peacefully.

That alarm then rang,
The sound annoying and loud,
But it saved my life.

I had woken up
Scared, …

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  • by Alisha L Mead
  • Published: 2/15/2006
Love Haiku

I am over you.
Then my eyes meet yours once more,
and I fall in love.

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  • by Paul Holmes
  • Published: 5/15/2014
Haiku Poem About Months Of The Year, Haiku Year

Recommended for Students

JANUARY
Delightful display
Snowdrops bow their pure white heads
To the sun's glory.

FEBRUARY
Fresh green buds appear
Indicating spring will soon
Energize us all. …

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  • by Katie Robinson
  • Published: 6/2/2011
Halloween

Costumes everywhere!
shrieks of laughter fill the air
Happy Halloween!

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I like the way you write and use your creativity great work !

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  • by Marcus James
  • Published: 5/17/2009
Sakura Wa Kawaii Desuyo

Sakura bloom strong
Outstretch that shimmering sight
Into the dark world

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Kawaii is actually the Japanese word for 'cute' the meaning of the poem would be Cherry blossoms are cute. Kirei would be the word for 'beautiful'. Though, it's a good poem.

  • by Taylor & Chloe
  • Published: 4/13/2009
Spring

Swaying leaves on the trees,
warmer air, blooming flowers,
springs finally here.

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Wouldn't the last line springs finally here actually be spring's finally here which could also be spring is finally here which would be 6 syllables and it should be only 5 …

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