Summer Haiku Poems

Published: July 2019

Haiku Summer Poems About Summer Activities And Food

22 Haiku Summer Poems About Summer Activities And Food

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

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    Every summer, my family and I would travel back to Korea and buy the peaches in the wet market...the juiciest, ripest, and the biggest peach that would make your mouth drip saliva. In the sweltering hot summer, taking those peaches out from the freezer and putting them in your mouth gives a sensation that makes your mouth burst in sweetness. Peaches are a summer fruit that should not go unnoticed.

    The Pink Summer Sphere

    Peaches Haiku

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    The Sweet Sensation Of Peaches Haiku, The Pink Summer Sphere
    The chill, worming in
    Shock, pleasure, bursting within
    Summer tongue awakes

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    This haiku just makes me want to close my eyes and picture in my head a beautiful flower garden, swaying in the cool breeze on a hot summer day. It also gives me the chills!
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    This acrostic poem is about making memories with summer fun. Making mud pies is fun and messy. The children in our small town had lots of fun playing in the sandbox and making mud pies when we were children.

    Summer

    Acrostic Poem About Enjoying Summer

    in Nature Poems for Kids

    Sitting outside
    Under a tree
    Mud pies and water
    Making memories
    Enjoying summer
    Relaxing fun!

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    I love the different seasons of the year, this tiny haiku style poem is about the Full moon of June, as summer really kicks in and sometimes we even see a pink or reddish tint to the moon or halo, usually meaning it will be a hotter day ahead, and also shows the power of the moon to control the ocean tides, and the thrill of fishing on a hot summer day gives a lazy, carefree feeling and a delicious dinner if lucky, that seems like something to whistle about! For my husband and two sons!

    Strawberry Moon

    June Haiku Poem

    in Summer Poems

    Full strawberry moon,
    ushers in hot days of June,
    high tides fill the dune,

    hot sun rising soon,
    fishing in the afternoon,
    whistling my own tune!

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    This is a poem for English 1, and it is a haiku about being at the beach.

    The Beach

    • By Katelyn
    • Published: July 2019
    Haiku About Being At The Beach

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    The beach is calming
    I love the beach and the sand
    And being sun-kissed

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    This is a Haiku describing summer midnights and how they makes you feel and the view of them.

    Summer Midnight

    • By Sazaria Quarles
    • Published: June 2015
    Haiku About Summer Nights

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    Warm midnight falling.
    Stars shining, dancing brightly.
    Peaceful all at once.

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    Peacefulness

    The stars are bright
    While the night is
    Peaceful, calm, and
    Warm

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    How relaxing summer is. It is that time of the year and school is out! This is a haiku about the most relaxing time of the year.

    Summer

    • By Izzy A. Erskine
    • Published: June 2017
    Most Relaxing Time Of The Year

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    Peaceful, sunny day
    Munching on watermelon
    Soft breeze hits my toes

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    The poetic season of monsoon in North Indian plains is preceded by intense summer when temperatures soar up to 47 degrees Celsius. Heat and dust prevail everywhere and humanity seems to buckle down with languor and lethargy. To those unaccustomed to the harsh weather conditions, venturing out at peak hours may be perilous, with risk of succumbing to heatstroke. All eyes are pinned to the skies above, praying for clouds to emerge and descend down on mother earth and cool the raging fires.

    Sweltering Climes

    • By SUSHMA A. SINGH
    • Published: June 2016
    Poem About North Indian Summer

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    Parched throat, roasted skin,
    Scorching sun rays, blazing winds
    Soul sizzling within!

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    Wow. Wonderful description. I am actually quite surprised you got a rhyme in there. That is very hard for me to do.

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    After school ends, you think what to do during summer break. No one to bother you from what you're about to do. You walk to the balcony, a book in your hand, and sit on the chair outside, the sea breeze facing you, as the sun beams down on you. You sip tea as you turn the pages until the sun starts setting. A seasonal rarity as the light fades and you see the beauty go down peacefully.

    Ideal Day

    Peace In The Summer Time

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    Sea breeze blows ahead
    The book flows and the sun glows
    Perfect summer day

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    Irresistible freshness packed into a tender juicy summer fruit.

    Luscious Peach

    • By Paulette Vickers
    • Published: July 2016
    My Favorite Summer Food

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    Luscious Peach Haiku

    Fuzzy blushy skin
    Bursting sweetness, hidden seed
    Succulent nectar

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    This describes a high quality ripe peach exactly, and the deliciousness of a really sweet, succulent taste explosion, and the rapture of it all !

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    This haiku is about one of my favorite summer treats, ice cream! I wrote it for the July haiku contest, and it is a representative of my best efforts at writing something poetic about food in haiku form.

    Ice Cream

    • By Toasty T. Fella Pellegrino
    • Published: July 2016
    Haiku About A Cold And Refreshing Treat

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    Haiku About A Cold And Refreshing Treat, Ice Cream
    Cream, smooth as velvet
    A taste, sweet as your first love
    Cold and refreshing

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    This is my first time entering a poetry contest. This one is perfect because I'm a foodie! I think in food, I speak in food, and I dream in food! It's one of my top two hobbies. My favorite summer food is now a part of a heart healthy lifestyle for me.

    Green Heart

    • By Sam Ross
    • Published: July 2016
    Avocado, My Favorite Summer Food

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    Avocado, Favorite Summer Food
    Green avocado
    My cholesterol delights
    Cool treat on hot nights

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    I make pasta salad all of the time in the summer. My mother used to make it, and my stepdad and I would eat all of it in the middle of the night. She made hers with Italian dressing, and I make mine with Greek dressing. Both are delicious and my favorite summer foods.

    Soft Summer Snack

    • By Lou Ellis
    • Published: July 2016
    Pasta Salad Haiku

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    Pasta Salad Haiku, Soft Summer Snack
    Cold pasta salad
    Don't forget the feta cheese
    And the Greek dressing

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    Summer has always been pink to me. Defining the sunsets, horizons, flowers, and drinks. I see the colour reflecting in summer romances and in kisses on the beach.

    Everything Is Pink

    Color Of Summer

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    Color Of Summer, Everything Is Pink Haiku Contest

    Sun-kissed berry drinks,
    And forever twilight skies,
    Summer drowns in pinks.

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    I wrote this poem for the Summer Haiku contest. I love summer and all things related to it.

    Summer

    • By Kristina N. Routh
    • Published: June 2016
    Haiku About Vacation From School

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    School is out, warm days,
    Watermelon, sweet and red,
    Hanging out with friends.

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    A haiku influenced by the heavy droughts in my country.

    Drought

    • By Nivedita Sekhar
    • Published: June 2016
    Haiku About Summer Heat

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    The heat drains the boy,
    parched, shouts to the clouds his plea,
    death does not have ears.

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    Summer is when hot sand is burning on a beach and the water is cool.

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    I began writing poetry one year ago at the age of 72. It came as a complete surprise to me while sitting at my computer, listening to music and looking at beautiful landscapes. I have since written over 460 poems and am still going. I stumbled on this site, and it is the first time I have entered a contest. Hope you like this one.

    A Summer Treat

    Haiku About Watermelon

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    Haiku About Watermelon, A Summer Treat
    Watermelon slice
    Sticky face from juicy flesh
    Spitting out the seeds

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    Nothing beats the smell of a smoky backyard BBQ. Bring it on...now!

    Finger-Drippin' Good

    • By Nate Kruman
    • Published: July 2016
    Ribs, A Favorite Summer Food

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    Grilled succulent ribs Haiku
    Grilled succulent ribs;
    Sauce-stained hands rip them apart;
    Savoring...heaven!

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