Mountains’ Feet | Short Poem No. 50

At the mountains’ feet,
man came to build them a shoe;
that is, a horseshoe.

Friends, this is probably my third or fourth attempt at Haiku. As you can probably tell, I am still learning – trying to mix in traditional techniques/rules, but with my own touch. I want to keep challenging myself, while not confining my own creativity.

If you liked this post, also check out a great set of Haikus with a beautiful dedication, “Haiku: For Rachel” by Whippet Wisdom, as well as my previous Haiku about love, “Delicate Flowers.”

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mountains feet
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Thin White Lines – Short Poem No. 48

Thin white lines of foam

divide two paradises

on a sleepy day.

If you liked this Haiku, also check out “Haiku: equality” by Jane Dougherty as well as my Haiku “Foggy Nights.”

Featured Photo by Roberto Nickson on Unsplash.

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Thin White Lines
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Foggy Nights – Short Poem No. 47

Foggy nights concealed

the one, only guiding light

in a dark, dark world.

If you liked this Haiku, also check out “A Fresh Haiku” by Tanya Cliff. Also check out my other post, “Friend Request.”

Photo by Shot by Cerqueira @shotbycerqueira on Unsplash.

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Foggy Nights
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