Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Haiku on Traveling


Travel with no feet?
It has to have connection
with light, thoughts, or height.

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On this bright morning,
I let the muses take charge
As roads merge, smiling.

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Imagination
keeps us far-sighted so that
life magic travels.

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Trees hold breath waiting
as birds move south, migrating,
bears hibernating.

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Traveling thoughts slam
as poems shine in poetry jam,
not marked as spam.

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A fat steering wheel
is key in safe traveling,
stay on board, enjoy.


17 comments:

Sheelonee Mukherjee said...

firstly i like the winter trees here on your blogside.beautiful- Secondly, Well written! precision expresses so much sometimes. Greetings to you and thank you for stopping by. :)

Brian Miller said...

Trees hold breath waiting
as birds move south, migrating,
bears hibernating

nice quick capture there...

haha nice play on my title as well...smiles....

kez said...

cool, captures everything so succinctly x x x

Anonymous said...

love it,

you are a soulful spirit.
smiles,

xo

Isabel said...

:o) great images . loved it.

The Orange Tree said...

definitely enjoyed these Haiku
and traveled places in your words.

excellent descriptions.

booguloo said...

Gotta love Haiku.

Taylor Boomer said...

These are lovely.

becca givens said...

Great set ~~ well done!

Taylor Boomer said...

love it,

amazing haiku.

Elizena said...

Loved it! You brought the trees to life as they waited with bated breath for the birds to return and then I laughed at 'Traveling thoughts slam as poems shine in poetry jam, not marked as spam.' Very well done and will visit again. Blessings!

http://elizena-lovingmycreator.blogspot.com/

dunstancarter said...

Nice. I particularly like the second one

Chèvrefeuille said...

Nice imagery.

Bar None Publishing Group said...

Rhyming haikus??!!?? A first for these eyes. Well done!

Belva Rae Staples said...

These haiku are great!

Chèvrefeuille said...

Wonderful haiku. I write haiku too. Come and visit my blog.

Bodhirose said...

What lovely haiku...I love haiku...on the different takes on travel..with some humor thrown in.