Harvest Haiku too!

harvest haiku

I participated in a Haiku war the other day on the Steve Laube agency blog – it was so much fun!  So  I thought it might be entertaining to continue the creative inspiration here.  These are my Harvest Haiku’s:

leaf and grass ripen
golden as the dawning sun
nature’s praise to God

golden embers bright
brought forth by a morning light
the fires of autumn

Are you a poet?  Or just like stringing words together?  A Haiku is a Japanese poem that follows a set pattern of syllables in 3 lines, and creates a word picture.

  • 1st line – 5 syllables
  • 2nd line – 7 syllables
  • 3rd line – 5 syllables

I would love to hear what you come up with! Weave your web of words, and share your harvest haiku in the comments below!  It’s great fun!

Check out all of the other poets Haiku’s here: http://www.stevelaube.com/harvest-haiku/#sthash.MHk1yPs3.dpuf

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