I know this might be asking for too much, but is anyone up for some Haiku?

Haiku Structure
There are no specific rules for writing haiku; however, the structure of haiku is always the same, including the following features:

Only three lines, totaling 17 syllables throughout
The first line is only 5 syllables
The second line is 7 syllables
The third line is 5 syllables like the first
Punctuation and capitalization rules are up to the poet, and need not follow rigid rules used in structuring sentences
Haiku does not have to rhyme, in fact many times it does not rhyme at all
Some haiku can include the repetition of words or sounds

Read more at http://grammar.yourdictionary.c...iOSYZG7m3Vw.99

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Gusts will topple trees
Geese spiral out of control
I can only watch

@PhilboydStudge Gusts will topple trees Geese spiral out of control I can only watch

I like it. I have heard that the last line as a denouement should be a turning point or an anagnorisis that suddenly shift the direction of poem. Yours seemed to do that for me. I thought their would be some resolution and instead there was just hopelessness.

Bravo.

Look into the dark
Or look into the daylight
Depends on the sun

Starting the day with
Amirite Shenanigans
I'll be late for work

Fresh fruits to harvest
Broadleaf trees changing colours
My love for autumn

Now I need to go find my Russian ones!

Time for a haiku!
Wait, how many syllables?
Oh no, I forgot.

in the darkened wood
frostbit sparrow sings alone
do not cry for her

Lies that fill an ocean
Faces wearing masks
Sharingan sees trough

In Japanese the haiku is precisely defined: five-seven-five, a reference to a season even if it is vague, and a special sort of word that exists only in Japanese. Only the syllable part translates to English.

Pieku
Fruity round and sweet
A love/bite relationship
Just enough for me

Cat chasing cable
Falls behind sofa cushion
Confused eyes staring

Hamburger sandwich
An order of fries to go
My diet can wait

@VicZinc Hamburger sandwich An order of fries to go My diet can wait

I was laughing and choking at the same time you bastard! biggrin smilie

I love it!

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@2526050

Well...you are up for some kind of....ku
That counts

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@2526056

Hours and hours
Spent arranging mere digits
The fun never ends!
tongue smilie

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@2526077

Try saying 'hours' using only one syllable. I sound like a Pirate. Arrrrs. smile smilie

Hours and Hours has 5 syllables, or my name ain't Donnie Osmond.

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@2526158

Well I hope you begin to see more beauty soon.

Nature grows silent
veiled by rising wafts of mist
time seems to stand still

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@2526159

Sure sure. Thanks for being kind.

I've only written 2 haiku in my life...

You should post this regularly.... Phil.

Autumn fades her shades
Frosty winds undress the trees
Watching soaring clouds

Autumn tempest howls
Contorted shapes curse the night
Nature spares no one

How about noodles,
served with delights and "doodles",
and some noble wine?

Once upon a time,
a lovely sprite flipped a dime,
list'ning to a chime.

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