Spring Haiku Poems

Haiku Nature Poems About Spring

7 Haiku Nature Poems About Spring

These nature haiku poems highlight the season of spring. They are written in the form of a haiku, a three-line poem that follows the syllable count of 5-7-5.

  1. Rain Haiku

    in Haiku

    Rain hits my window
    Angels tap-dancing softly
    A heavenly sound

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    • Rating 4.19
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  3. A Morning (Haiku)

    Haiku About Nature In The Morning

    in Nature Poems for Kids

    Bees nudged the flowers
    Babies peeped out of the nest
    One fine crisp morning.

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    • Rating 4.11
  4. Spring's Way

    Transformation Of The Seasons

    in Spring Poems

    Winter fights to stay.
    Sweet Spring always wins her way.
    Flowers bloomed today!

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    • Rating 4.03
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  6. A Rainbow (Haiku)

    in Haiku

    Crescent of colours
    Arching high above our heads.
    Sunshine brings us hope.

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    • Rating 3.50
  7. Happy Spring Haiku

    • By Harold Corzine
    • Published: April 2018

    in Spring Poems

    Spring brings happiness
    Flowers, songbirds, and green grass.
    God's love on display.

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    • Rating 3.39
  8. The Rain

    • By Annie Castelino
    • Published: November 2014
    Haiku On Rain

    in Haiku

    The pitter patter
    Sound of the heavenly rain
    Raises novel hope

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    • Rating 3.45
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  10. Spring

    • By Taylor & Chloe
    • Published: April 2009

    in Haiku

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

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    • Rating 3.32
    Featured Shared Story

    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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