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Posts tagged ‘Haiku Style’

Dessert Anyone?

A 2 stanza haiku-style poem about turnovers

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The Bonfire – Haiku-Style Poem

A 99 word, 9 stanza haiku-style poem about a bonfire.

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Booze – Haiku

A three stanza poem about booze written in a haiku-style

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Life’s Ambitions – Haiku-Style

This haiku is written in response to a challenge which can be found here: Diem Weekend Meditation #75 Poetry Archivepoetry

What you do is:

  • Dive into your haiku poetry archive.
  • Choose one and share it.
  • Explain why you chose the one you did.
  • Write a new haiku that goes with the original one.
  • Link it to Carp Diem Haiku Kai.

 

This is my original haiku which can be found on A Little Bit of Poetry

Moto – Haiku-Style

moto haiku

The main reason I chose this particular haiku is that I find it motivational.

Life’s Ambitions – Haiku-Style

Challenging oneself

Accomplishments feel joyful

Reap the benefits

 

© Susan Zutautas 2019

 

 

 

Acrostic Haiku – Challenging Myself

I Love a Challenge

Some days I enjoy challenges. Today is one of those days. I’ve written a haiku-style poem in two stanzas’ using an acrostic poetry style.

Haikus, fun to write

Ambiguously exact

Interesting distinct

 

Kindred parallels

Understanding syllables

Searching, thinking words

 

© Susan Zutautas 2019

Cold and Hungry – Senryu

A senryu poem or you could call it a haiku-style poem.

 

SunShining

Shivering body

Sun shining, needing warmth, food

Sunbathe while grazing

 

© Susan Zutautas 2019

 

 

At Times Life Can Be Rough

This is a Senryu poem. Written in the same way that a Haiku is written. Six stanzas. 5-7-5

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Winter’s Worst

Tired of Winter

We yearn for springtime

We put our trust in groundhogs

We must be crazy!



.©  S.Zutautas 2019


Have You Seen the Mist – Flash Fiction

Coastal Mist
Alluring softness
Brings romantic illusions
Letting mind wander
Relaxed in a jacuzzi
Sipping a fine chardonnay
After a long day
As the warm wind blows
Across the lakes hardened ice
One can see, sea mist
Appearing as clouds
Close onto ground, thick moisture
Billows blocking sight
Lighthouses warn boaters
Vision obscured volatile
Mist has unfolded
Shining brightly the
Mist from the sea causes fog
Thickly stands resting
Invitingly mist
Will mesmerize you into
A fascination
Over lakes and seas
Dawn or night you may see
The mist of the sea
Mistakenly some
Sailors have ignored warnings
Crashing into rocks

© S. Zutautas February 2019


This piece was written for a flash fiction challenge over at Carrot Ranch. Write a short story or poem (99 words, no more, no less) about sea mist.