What is a Haiku?
A haiku is a Japanese poem describing a mood, an ambiance, often linked to Nature and the passing of seasons, with a specific metric: 3 lines with a 5/7/5 feet rule
- Seeds of Hope... After turns and turnmoils New Paths Unfolding.
Bathing in the Shade Of Another World - Come hear my Secret.
Love in lockdown On both sides of the ocean Let us cross the rainbow!
Love, Care, Touch Full of Hopes and Promises A New Year has arisen
First Day of Summer Gentle breeze and sweet scents of dreams Head in the clouds...
Out of The Window Oblivious Of Our Troubles Spring is Unfolding
Harsh and Cold In the frozen ice pond still - A promise of Spring.
Forever (not) here What a dreadful Fate Schrödinger's Cat
Morning in the city The sweet scent of linen _ first Song of the Summer
After the Solstice Catching the Summer Song Before it Slips away...
As day equals night Awaking from their slumber Secret dreams come to life...
Quiet summer morning Both birds and sea chirping with joy - Here cometh the Sun
Ombre du Nénuphar Sur l'eau Rêveuse - Attente d'un Songe
A New Year has Arisen Let us Paint it in The colours of our Dreams
Carefully hidden In the midst of the mist The secret of the sun.
Afternoon full of Sun Sweet Spider Swinging by Close enough to say hi!!
A little air of Venice When only the Sun has risen Mighty River Thames
Through the bus window Eternity Passing by Stonehenge
Throughout the mirror Drinking the summer sky Alice has got lost
Raining all day long Poppies ready to go out In their shiny dresses
The deepest secret From the heart of the forest Amazing life sprang up
Secrets of happiness Whispered to one another By the little bells
First day of summer Jasmine scent in the night breeze Full moon blossoming
The highest tower Cannot reach the beauty of A single petal