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I Write Her Weekly Haiku/Senryu Challenge #16

Susi Bocks Haiku/Senryu 5/7/5 Challenge

I hear

movement in the night
untouchable human form
pebbles tossed in pond

I feel

focused energy
light bound in an earthly form
beats within a song

I see

glimpse of pure beauty
that exist on natures edge
-meteors swift flight

-CJ Holm

 

https://iwriteher.com/2019/04/23/i-write-her-weekly-haiku-senryu-challenge-16/

Wild Prairie Rose

Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge 153 Star/Bloom

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There for just one day
Delightful star of prairie
Blooms on summer stage

                                    -Clarence Holm

 

https://ronovanwrites.com/2017/06/12/ronovanwrites-weekly-haiku-poetry-prompt-challenge-153-starbloom/

A Prairie Rose

rosa-arkansana-prairie-wild-rose-plant

Live life like a prairie rose,
Thriving in the roadside stones.
Cast away in your own paradise,
Fighting countless unknowns.

Sharing your beauty and splendor
With whatever happens along.
A solo act in nature,
Like a descant in a song.

How brief your role in nature,
Spectacular in our sight.
You’re just one part of creation,
Outstanding in the light.

           -Clarence Holm

 

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Left Unseen

Words and Image ©2017 - Clarence Holm

Words and Image ©2017 – Clarence Holm

The wind wailed across the prairie
Giving voice to a darkened sky
Calling to those that seem unwary
Pay more attention to its cry.

Watch the clouds that sail in air
And move from dawn to dark.
Grey mists that shade lights glare
And travel heavens graceful arc.

Feel the earth men glorify
And run through fields of green
Where skies are blue and birds still fly
So much is left unseen.

 

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