Haiku4u

My nearly daily haiku

Pattern recognition haiku

Posted by haiku4u on April 15, 2008


Fingers of palm tree
leaves’ rustling in constant wind
weave patterns of grace.

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Hummingbird in Texas Haiku

Posted by haiku4u on April 14, 2008


Blossom to blossom
his wings only a shadow
red throat hummingbird.

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Night out alone – haiku

Posted by haiku4u on April 13, 2008

Mild air in my face
the bookstore a meeting place
driving home at night.

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Heat Haiku

Posted by haiku4u on April 12, 2008

One hundred degrees
running in tropical mist
so much fun sweating.

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Big Fat Spider Haiku

Posted by haiku4u on April 8, 2008


Moving up and down
rapidly weaving a net
a big brown spider.

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Texas C-roach

Posted by haiku4u on April 7, 2008


Chitin wings scratching
fidgety flying, scrabbling
three inch Texas roach.

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Texas Hummingbird Haiku

Posted by haiku4u on April 6, 2008


Rainbow on it’s wings
searching for blossoms in the heat
the first hummingbird.

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Texas Immigration Senryu

Posted by haiku4u on March 24, 2008

Easter barbecue
some friends start making music
so now here I am.

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Texas Spring Haiku – which one is better?

Posted by haiku4u on March 13, 2008

Texas Spring Haiku

Many shades of pink
blossoms on a bright blue sky
Texas tulip tree.

or

Many shades of pink
blossoms on a bright blue sky
a magnolia tree.

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86 Fahrenheit Texas Spring Haiku

Posted by haiku4u on February 23, 2008

Breezes on and off
carry lime blossom’s sweet scent
over light green plants.

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