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Haiku Corner 2021

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In Japanese poetry, kigo (季語) is the word or phrase used to indicate the season and it is often included in haiku to locate the poem in a particular time of the year.

In these uncertain times of lockdown and pandemic, we want to open our website to members and friends to embrace the creative power of haiku and express the feelings and experiences we all are living in this peculiar "season".

Our hope is to create an ongoing piece of collaborative poetry that brings together the UK and Japan and will serve as a documenting account of our community experiences.

Visit our Haiku Corner 2020 page to read poems from last year→


How to Contribute

  • We invite poets, writers and people of any age and expertise to send us their haiku by email, tag us or use the hashtag #JShaikucorner on social media. The weekly deadline is on Fridays at 12:00 noon (BST).
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  • Every Monday we will select one haiku among those received the previous week and post it as the haiku of the week on this page and on our social media with the name or alias of the author.

  • Haiku sent must be original and belong to their authors as copyright holders. The Japan Society will not accept any responsibility for the content published. By sending their haiku, authors agree to its publication in our website and social media.

  • The Japan Society will not use any haiku published or received for commercial purposes and will follow the Privacy Policy and Terms & Conditions regarding the use of data and the website content.

  • If you need some tips and inspiration before composing your haiku, check out our short video How to Haiku with Haiku poet Paul Conneally.

Haiku of the Week

 

Week 40 (4 - 8 October 2021)

empty spider's web
spun from a rose to holly
catches autumn sun

Annie Bachini


Week 39 (27 September - 1 October 2021)

a river of clouds
over the mountain ridges
the moon in balance

Mircea Moldovan

Week 38 (20 - 24 September 2021)

Autumn equinox
Thoughts of coming winter nights -
A red plum sunset.

Thomas Connolley

Week 37 (13 - 17 September 2021)

autumn dusk
rower's shadow sinks
into the river

Zoran Doderovic

 

Week 36 (6 -10 September 2021)

crimson pomegranate
I remember with the smell
love in the old days

Miwa Vicary

Week 35 (30 August - 3 September 2021)

soft cushions of moss
slowly spread across stone walls
ageing gracefully

Kevin Hogg 

Week 34 (23 - 27 August 2021)

irresistible
hibiscus in bloom
sweet shop for bees

Claire Thom

Week 33 (16 - 20 August 2021)

waves roll onto sand
shifting shorelines grain by grain
imprint of ten toes

Kevin Hogg 

Week 32 (9 - 13 August 2021)

who passes my window
the sound of raindrops
on an umbrella

Chen Xiaoou

Week 31 (2 - 6 August 2021)

summer downpour
the hanging broom stems
covered in snails

Annie Bachini

Week 30 (26 - 30 July 2021)

sun-dappled sweet peas ...
weep mournful petals inside
scent a passing joy

Kevin Hogg

Week 29 (19 - 23 July 2021)

Five seven and five
Our national poet writes.
Basho's hut still stands

Thomas Connolley

Week 28 (12 - 16 July 2021)

hikers on a road
string of ants pause on
green summit of a tree

Germina Melius

Week 27 (5 - 9 July 2021)

tanabata
a bright flush of pink
fills my lover's cheeks

John Hawkhead

Week 26 (28 - 2 July 2021)

quiet summer night
boatman and full moon
crossing the river

Zoran Doderovic

Week 25 (21 - 25 June 2021)

Rain hammered school run
Drenched, giggling, puddle jumping
Dash for the door Mum!

Clair Ballantyne

Week 24 (14 - 18 June 2021)

soroban class
the calculated clicks
of grandpa's fingers

John Hawkhead

Week 23 (7 - 11 June 2021)

still water dusk
the rivers dregs
at the sluice gate

Robert Kingston

Week 22 (31 May - 4 June 2021)

Collecting treasures
Child opens palm to flower
Small and shining there

Clair Ballantyne

 

Week 21 (24 - 28 May 2021)

golden girls
watching tv beside me
aunty and mum 

Germina Melius

 

Week 20 (17 - 21 May 2021)

 

Walls torn down by hand 
haunted by an ancient curse
left to beast and vine

Milky white, 
white as a morning's snow, 
The Milky way.

 
 
 
Jerry Cripps
 
Arjumand Rasiwala
 

Week 19 (10 - 14 May 2021)

I know no sea shore
Just the ebb and flow of breath
Lying here together.

Rosalyn

Week 18 (3 - 7 May 2021)

Earth song...
through the oak wood
a line of salt

Robert Kingston

Week 17 (26 - 30 April 2021)

prints both paw and foot
meander on the shoreline
tickled by the tide

Claire Thom

Week 16 (19 - 23 April 2021)

countryside road
from hedge to hedge
sparrows

Robert Kingston

Week 15 (12 - 16 April 2021)

tea ceremony
our hands across the table
their minor tremors

John Hawkhead

Week 14 (5 - 9 April 2021)

Camellias bloom,
Ever-fleeting happiness:
A portent of gloom.

Helen Wonnacott

Week 13 (29 March - 2 April 2021)

lying together
after the spring thunderstorm
blossom and hailstones

John Hawkhead

Week 12 (22 - 26 March 2021)

outside
my mother's clothes
dangling monkeys

Germina Melius

Week 11 (15 - 19 March 2021)

a week spent...
watching the orchid
unfold

Robert Kingston

Week 10 (8 - 12 March 2021)

 

Wind blows softly
Scattering sweet smells
A mask flies

there in the sky
the morning moon ~
it forgot to sleep.

 
 
 
Mac Phaedrus
 
Bina Sarkar Ellias
 

 


Week 9 (1 - 5 March 2021)

leaky tree umbrellas
raindrops line up all waiting
to drip down my neck

Michael Galley

Week 8 (22 - 26 February 2021)

Rain spatters on petals,
Tap tap tap,
I hear Spring.

Tina Johnson

Week 7 (15 - 19 February 2021)

Moonlit forest still
To the fox sitting ready,
Guarding the unseen

Adam Hurst

Week 6 (8 - 12 February 2021)

A sea of pure snow
lays petrified on the ground
My feet a small boat

DG

Week 4 (25 - 29 January 2021)

 river eddying
under ancient stone built bridge
flooding thought away

Sue Henderson

Week 3 (18 - 22 January 2021)

Flowering orchid.
Each perfect bud revealing
Unexpected gifts.

Thomas Connolley

Week 1 (4 - 8 January 2021)

winter wanderings
trampling through white chilling snow
everlasting hope

Aurora B. Blue

How to Haiku: Beyond 5 7 5

Find more about how to write a haiku in our video with haiku poet Paul Conneally who introduces the key elements of haiku, illuminating some of the common pitfalls and misunderstandings of what haiku is about. Watch this short 6 minute piece to stimulate ideas, and see what benefits haiku can have for you and your loved ones.


More Selected Haiku 2021

Week 40

Wet dark cycle home
Raindrops sparkling in headlight -
Tomorrow's river.

Thomas Connolley

path in the woods
the whispers of withered leaves
following me

Zoran Doderovic

the street lamp
lights the way
for each raindrop

Zoran Doderovic

you talk about
the future as bright as yarn
you keep knitting

Miwa Vicary

Gauzy pods tremble
Sprinkling tiny seeds around
New worlds on damp earth.

Clair Ballantyne

Earthy tones engulfing the radiant sky,
the dusky interval transforming,
into an adventurous nightfall.

Arjumand Rasiwala


Week 39

Caterpillar eats my
fuchsia leaves,
soon free flying in full dress

Gladys Taylor

walking down the street,
a man with a red apple—
love eases hunger

Ernesto P. Santiago

the wind gone
leaving the grass rippled
in my mind

Chen Xiaoou

quiet songbird painting
empty trees
my daughter, Autumn

Germina Melius

old stained glass windows
constantly retell their tales
illumination

Kevin Hogg

Under the tree
concrete -
a yellow leaf

Marc Brimble


Week 38

Gone but remembered
Stone obelisks standing firm
Please no more fighting

Martyn Proctor

lockdown
fast growing pumpkin vines
visit my next door

Chen Xiaoou

bright pink rose blooms sing
against dark green foliage
memories unfurl

Kevin Hogg

Summer grasses
hug the hill -
Lambs' bouncy castle.

Gladys Taylor

otsukimi
a breeze through the grass
signs my name

John Hawkhead

on the windowsill
a present from my neighbour -
geranium petals

Claire Thom

the midnight moon
when will the sound come out
rhapsody floats away

Miwa Vicary

sunday morning
a woodpecker in the park
deepens the silence

Zoran Doderovic

Last rays of summer
Boats moored, houses shuttered
Till we meet again

Ceri Marriott


Week 37

yellow rose
feeling the autumn sun
in warm sake

John Hawkhead

Diamond bright droplets
honeysuckle breathes out scent
tiny throats add joy

Katie Myers

consumers in my garden
birds without money
leave mango relics

Germina Melius

Architect of air
Navigating channels
A flash of feather.

Clair Ballantyne

a girl's hula-hoop
blurs the tide
migrant camp

Mircea Moldovan

Dawn of rising sun
And gently warm swirling mists
Last rays of summer

Ceri Marriott

Pink rain falls softly
In spring bloom
The sound of laughter

Suraya

sandy riverbank
little dog races the wave
of morning sunshine

Zoran Doderovic

 


Week 36

Heavy skies conjure
fickle radio fizzes
as if conducting

Julian Blue

lying in the sun
lazily stroking the grass
radiating warmth

Kevin Hogg

This serene garden
That I grow nurtures secrets
No one else will know.

Shania Sarup

first day of spring
the sheep are still dressed
in next year's knitting

Wendy Toth Notarnicola

to the moon
I hitch my wagon
the horse’s sleepless night

Chen Xiaoou

 


Week 35

Resembling a velvety carpet,
the clear blue ocean,
a visually artistic creation.

Arjumand Rasiwala

a child on the shore
undeterred by wind and waves
builds a sandcastle

Claire Thom

monotone cicadas
summer drags on
into the dust

Daisy Sclater

monotonous job
post meridian shift
perpetual hour

Max Cheung

first day of school
children gather hazelnuts
from the sidewalk

Zoran Doderovic

coffee shop window
she looks up from her cup
observing passersby

Sen


Week 34

The leaves of autumn 
Colour the sky as they fall
With fond memories

Shania Sarup

rolling mist
ending in silence
unspoken words

Daisy Sclater

bees on buttercups 
glinting honey thickly spread 
savour sweet sunshine

Kevin Hogg

still summer night
a moth and flock of stars
tapping on my window

Zoran Doderovic

The luminous stars
Give console to her bleak life
Road glistens with tears

Coleen Tabligan

Trees reach towards sky
Birds and squirrels enjoy cover
Life moves forward

Michael Cripps


Week 33

a frazzled poet
thirsty for inspiration
walks by the ocean

Claire Thom

in the moonlight
glittering sewing needles
sting in the darkness

Miwa Vicary

awa odori
my grandparents still dancing
in firelight shadows

John Hawkhead

first raindrops
on the dusty road
smell of summer

Zoran Doderovic

Fall leaves flutter down
From the trees onto the ground
Orange, yellow, red

Keira Schaefer

Midsummer night heat
Cicadas suddenly hush.
A cool moon rising.

Thomas Connolley


Week 32

misty mountain view
house martins dive from the eaves
- a secret playground

Marc Brimble

first roosters
above the sleeping village
harvest moon

Zoran Doderovic

Summer evening flight
Man floats by across the sky
Icarus reborn

Ceri Marriott


Week 31

Bumble bee polka
Lavender fields of flowers
Scented honey pots

Ceri Marriott

Diver falls, turning
in brief aerial ballet.
The water applauds.

Thomas Connolley

pinky purple crepe
paper petals - delicate
nature's confetti

Claire Thom


Week 30

a gust of wind -
bowed blades of grass
and snail hornes

Zoran Doderovic

Blue lagoons,
Milky blue hue,
Spectacular scenic view.

Arjumand Rasiwala

Deer crosses my path
Brown eyes know fear and freedom
Moment stolen, gone.

Clair Ballantyne

The sea erodes land
Land supports crustacea
Climate influences

Mike Cripps

Summer, moonlit dreams
Owls with silent wings outstretched
Starlit meal laid out

Ceri Marriott

sumo dohyo
a rumble of thunder
shakes the salt

John Hawkhead


Week 29

yellow dandelion
a head above
the young nettles

Zoran Doderovic

Like soft pillows of cotton, 
enriching the night sky, 
Fluffy , wispy bluish clouds.

Arjumand Rasiwala

Water on the pavement
before it evaporates -
a dove drinking

Marc Brimble

summer shower
an old woman with umbrella
visiting her roses

Zoran Doderovic

Tokyo summer
Gold medals flame Olympic
Hopes and dreams for all

Ceri Marriott

the shallows
pond grass connected
to the moon

Zoran Doderovic


Week 28

opened window
the wind swaying the curtain
and scent of linden

Zoran Doderovic

Your secret garden
forbidden terrain that tempts
and draws me closer

Jerry Cripps

Rain patters, rain spatters,
Whispers melodious earthy tunes,
Happy monsoon.

Arjumand Rasiwala

In the underground
red, white and blue dragons roar.
Winds of hidden wings

Thomas Connolley

dusk
above the verge
a kestrel

Robert Kingston

Cloud joined, static, grey
Stuffy kind of sofa day
Weight of heavy rain

Clair Ballantyne


Week 27

blue butterflies
all that's remained
from summer shower

Zoran Doderovic

The cars are waiting
green man says its safe to walk
- a pigeon crosses

Marc Brimble

in a power cut 
the poet still typewrites 
by candlelight

Claire Thom

roof terrace at dusk 
sparrows for company 
some light remains

Claire Thom

fantasy space flight 
tooth fairies hover
in the forever zone

Robert Kingston

spring cleaning
on the tomcat's mustache
cobweb

Zoran Doderovic


Week 26

whispering 
on a wire
two doves

Robert Kingston

light summer rain
drops fall on dusty pavement -
join the dots

Claire Thom

dawn warmth mists the air
melts away the pleiades
gaia lies in wait

cinna mekonnen

Black hole in my soul
many words and deeds to regret
you can’t turn back time

Jerry Cripps

Glimpse of Cornish hill
Past fishermen’s cottages
Faint chimes of rigging

Clair Ballantyne

city fountain
water on a selfie
still flowing

Zoran Doderovic


Week 25

Rivers brim with life
Fishes choose when to move
Nature Manages

Mike Cripps

Winter's muddy slog
Fades in summer's dust
Same path, different journey.

Thomas Connolley

A minute cracking
The earth parts for tiny life
A bud rises up

Alexandre Noel


Week 24

Summer hangover
questioning the night before
wine stain or lipstick?

Jerry Cripps

This darkly charmed life
Butterfly propelled through air,
deflecting the light.

Clair Ballantyne

roadside...
poppies in abundance 
both sides of the barrier

Robert Kingston

warm night
a cat and the moon
on the rooftop

Zoran Doderovic

 

 


Week 23

Aerial wizard
Joiner of the hemispheres
Hark! The guillemot

Stephen Gomersall

Red and gold blossoms, 
sweet scented essence, 
aromatic dreams.

Arjumand Rasiwala

wardrobe resident
at home among my sweaters
nibbling at the seams

Claire Thom


Week 22

The waterless land,
the rainfed sky,
showers upon the parched earth.

Arjumand Rasiwala

Lone magpie in view
settle anxious mind with a breath
now calm I see two

Jerry

dribbles of water
splashing through mineral clouds
now a full ocean

Aurora B. Blue

playful sun whittles
shadows, shapes, skins, shaves and melts
last of winter frosts

Esme Alice Blue

spray-speckled light of
breeze-whipped reflections mirror
our watery flight

Martha Iris Blue

 


Week 21

A spectrum of light in the sky,
Multi coloured circular arcs,
The magical rainbow.

Arjumand Rasiwala

A freshly squeezed day
Verdant leaf granting promise
Sky whispering hope

Clair Ballantyne

in between wisteria
the anxious girl practises
positive affirmations

asa hanada


Week 19

flaunting a new suit
the firefly departs alone
wings left in a purse

Gemina Melius

Droplets of water,
sunbathing on the surface of the sea,
waiting to be tossed over.

Arjumand Rasiwala

spilt beer...
a wasp finds
a new play mate

Robert Kingston


Week 18

pick up a smooth shell
tide creeps up and soaks my shoes
sea caught me stealing

Claire Thom

Sparkling dewdrops,  
glistening on freshly cut blades of grass, 
gleaming away to glory

Arjumand Rasiwala

In the Zen garden
A calm depiction of nature
Changing in the wind

Alexandre Noel


Week 17

Mysterious skies,
Many storeys high,
A celestial, mystical eagle

Arjumand Rasiwala

sunset...
over the steel yard
drifting forsythia

Robert Kingston

seaweed on the shore
off cuts from tailor's table
purple heather tweed

Claire Thom

The joy of spring,
Golden daffodils fluttering and dancing,
Till sundown.

Arjumand Rasiwala

Swooping bat rides dusk
sweet scent of bubbling rapid
Time has no place here

Jerry Cripps

 


Week 16

park celebrities
swan with cygnets
nestling on bulrushes

Annie Bachini

Turning my cup twice
Gazing at the bamboo grove
One moment in time

Hugh Purser

Goldcrests search through
The green cloaks of spruce branches.
Tiny, cold, hungry.

Thomas Connolley

careful surgery
for cracked bottoms and cut lips
leaving golden scars

Claire Thom

excited volcano
painting homes in ashes
lava melting portraits

Germina Melius

 vague portraits
memories a volcano took
shards of dust

Germina Melius

A burgundy bloom
Shyly, from the barren tree
Mystery revealed

Erin Niimi Longhurst

As the days lengthen
Warm rays chase away the cold
Bringing hope to all

Gemma Bartram

 


Week 15

A cluster of clouds floating
Against slanting rays of the setting sun
Night seen soon approaching.

Arjumand Rasiwala

The dark sky fills
The void embellished by light
Fireworks erupt

Alexandre Noel

 blue iris
almost a century
churning the earth

Robert Kingston

Slowly opening
faintly colours show through buds
petals drop slowly.

Aurora B. E. Blue

Deep-spring breath taking
feathery flights of finches
yellow sunset-birds

Martha Blue

 wading washing birds
water deepening at waists
blue tits flick liquid

Esme Blue 

the past reoccurs
modern age is slow revenge
feeding off old dreams

Jules K Blue

Too late to change
Light effects our direction
Nature surprises

Michael Cripps

panoramic place
cherry trees proudly blooming
small spring birds blossom

Germina Melius


Week 14

A strong wind blows
two seed pods fall from the tree
- land on concrete

Marc Brimble

Slim nimble limbs sprint
behind kitchen bin to flee
terrible squashing

Claire Thom

 walking through
the old cemetery
weatherworn angels

Annie Bachini

There goes the sun
dragging the moon
twilight

Germina Melius

stars squinting
blinded by
the blooming moon

Germina Melius

 daisy wheels...
children make racers
with split leaves

Robert Kingston 


Week 13

cherry blossom dusk
under her black skirt
hints of petticoat

John Hawkhead

 typhoon warning
the old man climbs a ladder
gathering blossom

John Hawkhead

 in the lorry’s wake
blossom
tracing shadows

Robert Kingston

Fluttering sparrows
like memories fleeting
of lockdowns gone by

Senny

A calm spirit sees
Beauty in every imperfection
Veined marks in the wood

Alexandre Noel

 


Week 12

Eminent village.
Chancel, holloway, osiers.
Could one but arrive.

Benjamin

 On the snowed roof
white pigeons sheltered in the sun's rays
snuggling up in the cold wind

Kiyoko

beneath the blue lamp
I choose to dream
of summer

Robert Kingston

All this week
Slipped a long year
Sun rises tho’

Dr C Loughlan

running away
with my shadow
and the wind

Germina Melius

Weary sun
To the moon
Goodnight!

Germina Melius


Week 11

Candy Floss Blossom
tickles regal wings under
a bright azure sky

Claire Thom

 Flowers Have Short lives
A Mountain Of Memories
And Love For The Passed

Mike Cripps

From arms of the sky
outcast in the sea
Star fish loves water

Germina Melius

The haiku travels
nature follows like a ghost
Basho smiles like the sun

Germina Melius

Oceans arms dreadful one
hearts in the soul of water
death is counting bones

Germina Melius

after a drink the fall
mind on gloomy clouds
The moon looks sunny

Germina Melius


Week 10

this world stuns the ears
but hearing your breathing brings
unheard melodies

NS

 Birds chirping above,
rhythms in flowing blue water
sunlight through the trees.

Rico Singh Dhami

cold winter pavements
draw close the curtains and settle
deeper in our nests

M Galley

Ascending skylark
paints the clear morning with song.
No cloud can touch you.

Thomas Connolley

 flying in the air
of timelessness
a calligraphy of birds.

Bina Sarkar Ellias

a concert of clouds
the music of monsoon rain
hear the thunderclap!

Bina Sarkar Ellias


Week 9

Flowers their beauty
Hypnotising bees’ dull eyes.
Mellowness is good

Germina Melius

 Watching a rooster
grey finch in a tall mango tree
neither will be caught

Germina Melius

Bedfordshire county
mourns to sound of propeller.
one hundred bells toll

Sue Henderson

With blossom fragrant
Spring besieges my senses
I am Spring’s captive.

Robert Stuhldreer

 white sky caresses
thought too deep for its graces
your name parts my lips

NS

He won’t leave us now
 Unseasonal weather here
 Need sunglasses

Mike Cripps


Week 8

Tiny flurries swept
wave-like winds; falling, settling
icy cloud envelops home

John Cook

 A cold winter's breeze
the summer of your love weaves
the warmest red shawl.

Paridhi Singh

Fallen blossom,
Drifting in the rain, our
Confetti, our pain.

Nicolas Maclean

Pollarded willows-
Starkly cut branches waiting
for spring's renewal.

Thomas Connolley

 Forest’s broken heart
vacancy to painful air
memory of fire

Germina Melius

Mind beneath the dust
wind blows the old grey relics
natural helper

Germina Melius

old friend returning
meadow hums its song again
touched by fleeting sun

Joseph Snowden

Beauty like the moon
It travels with you always,
dazzling and tempting

Nona-Michael Ankhesenamun Jackson

Baked crisps on plate as I watch
the cool fresh white snow
turn into a white carpet.

Nona-Michael Ankhesenamun Jackson

橋の坂
空気が冷える
風の音

On the bridge’s slope
Atmosphere becomes colder
The sound of the wind

James Elliot

 

 

 


Week 7

A relationship
Twenty ten five four two one
Six factors were born

Germina Melius

 An old furrowed face
Searches for the green soul of youth
Speechless mirror looks

Germina Melius

Where does my love hide?
Broken hearts will never tell
Love the silent fool

Germina Melius 

Donkey’s rebuttal
the rider appalled at it
Load lingers on ground

Germina Melius

 wind whips your hair as
winter’s waves grow ever great
until it dies down

Esme Alice Blue

uncharted mindscape
in seasonal camouflage
shows its isobars

Jules K. Blue

cluttered crows explode
winter’s silhouette recedes
Earth’s backbone stretches

Martha Iris Blue 

springtime overspills
daffodils on windowsills
warms away old chills

Aurora Beatrice Blue

lighter nights turn to
budding plants and springing bulbs
planet spins again 

Rachel Blue


Week 6

Ballet of soft snow
Dancing to their unique tune
Overwhelming calm

Emily Moore

Low morning sunlight
casts shifting shadows of trees.
Memories of summer.

Thomas Connolley

 


Week 3

fizz of light drizzle
bringing late peace and people
to old city streets

Jules Blue

haloed blossoming
electrified brilliance
sleeping egg awaits

Jules Blue

 crisp clear frosty morn,
heavens sky open. and waits
for our family gift.

Sue Henderson

deep anxious falling
softest touch muffles all sounds
keeping us quiet

Aurora B. E. Blue

now-feathered whiteness
fairy footprints lead us from
nowhere to nowhere.

Esme Alice Blue

nharp call, dawn’s warning,
winter’s shadow lags earth’s back-bone;
ink-winged-crow, soars.

Martha Iris Blue


Week 1

fireworks, new
diaries, calendars
new hope, begun.

Anne Silva

new plans spring to mind
as New Year casts horizons
without prejudice

Jules Blue

 nature sleeps alone
waiting patiently until
deep winter has gone

Jules Blue

each fresh turn of year
fingers distance as fading
memories linger

Jules Blue

brain flickers, flows, springs
arm writes autumn’s pen, drips ink
page carves mind to world

Martha Iris Blue

a cold world beyond
winter is apple without
blossom, incomplete

Martha Iris Blue

Carpet-soft blackbird
Round ice-bright eyes looks sideways
Always friendliness

Esme Alice Blue

a still mackerel sky
where soft breeze flows aloft
the land still sleeping

Sue Henderson

 


 

We would like to thank you to all participants for sharing their poems with us. Visit our Haiku Corner 2020 page to read poems from last year.

Please keep sending your haiku each week so that we can all get together and strengthen the ties of our community through haiku.