Haiku 4-6

A broken heart; bleeding, cries,

fragile and wounded it surrenders to grief,

to a cold indifferent sunrise.

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Standing on the river bank,

lazy water rolling, current following it’s course.

As I gazed, I drank.


Lovers on a Winters eve,

draw their bodies close to one another.

At that moment they conceive.

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2 thoughts on “Haiku 4-6

  1. It is conceive, they are going to have a kid from this act. All of these haiku are done incorrectly. I had not done one since elementary school and couldn’t remember, that the 5-7-5, meant syllables, not words. That is why I did the Haiku Redo.


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