Sun, Rain (Two Haiku Poems)

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Wasting summer sun

Winter’s always hungover

She drinks October

 

May’s rain drowns all drought

Showering the land in drops

She loves God’s puddles

 

 

Photo by whereslugo on Unsplash

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Frost, Float (Two Haiku Poems)

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Your frozen crown tilts one side

As smug frost collides

 

Hopeless in this moat

Negative waves jerk my rope

Good thoughts never float

 

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So while I was revisiting some of my older poems (which I exemplified in I Often Wander In Circles), I had several short poems and leftover stanzas that were trimmed off and honestly I really didn’t know what to do with them. As terrible as it may sound, I have deleted a fair share of poetry over the years (which is why I wrote Erased as a post reflection of those times) so there was a risk of that reoccurring.

Well anyways, after holding these recent snippets in my back pocket for a while I decided to try turning them into a series of Haiku poems. I haven’t written much of these before, so if I missed the mark with these, please let me know.  Who knows, if they really are that bad, I may delete them =)