International Haiku Day 2021

mud saturated,

Winter’s last hope clinging on,

as the boots get washed


frozen glass shatters,

spewing shards on moonlit ground,

the hammer lies still


whispered moonlight rays, 

gentle songs on soft pillows,

sunlight bursts with joy


frost covered mornings,

fade into snow covered nights,

single snowflake melts


through the autumn mist,

a heron catches a frog,

the mist turns to fog


endless sky hangs low,

snowflakes glisten off moonlight,

owl scans patiently


cataract sunlight,

slowly steals the morning frost,

blackbird hunts for worms


fine mist sprays the night,

light of a thousand candles,

a gentle rainbow


moonlight hangs alone, 

as broken light spins darkness,

into sailors end


translucent storm soars,

on majestic chaotic,

wings of rainbow ice


dark rainfall, 

echoes silently,

in your dreams


Just a collection of haiku I’ve written over the years. Think I’ll share them from time to time…
Remember to please like and share if you enjoyed reading. #haiku #international haiku day #poetry

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