Haiku Poems

Haiku Poems from Fall 2013 Creative Writing Class OSU-OKC

 

Dead leaf falling

 

Snap…floating breezes

Spiders web captivating

Dropping death – life makes

 

By Kimber Jayne

 

SPOOKY

 

Red leaves crunch – the ground

Children run for tricks and treats

Pumpkins sit and glow

 

By Lindsay Barton

 

Winter Breeze

Cold wind breaks through trees:

Silence fills the heated house

No motion occurs

 

By Doug Bennett

 

Indian summer

 

Autumn leaves blow wild

Amber trees are bare still yet-

Summer remains still.

 

By Ashanti Bonsu

 

The Storm

 

Calm rain falls to the Earth

Winds tear across the city-

It’s time to rebuild.

 

By Alaina Chai

 

West Africa

 

Beside a landscape

Animals, and plants – smile

On cool sunny days

 

By Justine Fombon

 

For Mother

 

Trickles spouting rain-

Spreading A blanket on Earth.

Mother’s Day boutique.

 

By LaToria Gardner

 

Revert

 

Amber eyes darken

Matching leaves – spook, thrill, consume

Violet night time

 

By Ally Greer

 

SOMETHING’S a BREWING

 

Cumulus above

Strong winds beginning to stir-

May storms bring green grass

 

By Pearl Dunn

 

Nostalgia

 

Whiff of sweet honey:

Friendship will be abandoned—

Cold desolate nights

 

By Janet Jimenez

 

high

 

Falling into leaves-
off of an extreme volume
coming down to Earth.

 

By Thomas Lehner

 

YELLOW

 

Cement is cracking;

Dandelion emerging

Bringing Light on steps

 

By J. Mercer

 

In The (Concrete) Jungle

 

Gold thaws frosty glass.

The Tigress furled in wool, stirs –

Small emeralds peep.

 

By Shanna Miller

 

Vulnerable

 

A midnight breeze stirs

the heavy moonlighted snow-

No life here to see

 

By Kamen Peavler

 

Noon Eclipse

 

Earth lost her shadow

Air, like water, flows – stagnant

Skin cries sweat, dripping

 

By Tiffany Ragon

 

Avian Call

In a golden breeze—

an owl hoots, silhouetted

against orange skies.

 

By Claudia Riera

 

Cold Times

 

Cold snow, jacket, gloves—

See the cry, but gone for good

Child’s start ends today

 

By Prisma Tellez

 

CACTUS FLOWER

Short lived extension

Exposed and wrapped in splendor-

Hot breath of day wakes

 

By Braylon Warr

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