Traditional Haiku are three line poems of 17 syllables that reflect the state of nature. This article looks at how to compose haiku and gives an insight into the history.
You can read many outstanding haiku ebooks on the web, and download many of them for free. Here are five you will enjoy.
Rainbows that span endless miles across the sky make us smile. We cast a wish upon the brilliant colors of assorted hues. May all your rainbow wishes come true...
A delightful collection of haiku inspired by the wonder of Cornwall United Kingdom.
Alphabetical haiku. Twenty six short poems following the classic 5-7-5 syllable count.
I snapped these nature photos of what was happening with a Bumblebee over a few moments time. Read an illustrated story with macro photography and if you like to read nature poetry, I wrote a haiku.
This haiku nature poem is inspired by a smallest snake, a baby Northern Redbelly Snake that I found in my backyard, and photographed. I like cute snake poems and photos.
A collection of inspired haiku poetry.
A Haiku Sequence about Nature's Wrath and The One Person that Stops It.
What is truly hidden behind a smile? A poem and article on the pain sometimes hidden behind a lovely smile when no one is even aware that someone may be hurting, despite the smile on one's face.