3 Haiku Poems – Kingfisher, Stars, & Moon

Kingfisher Photo by Paula Graham
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If you were a bird

You’d dazzle in hues of blues

Stunning, morose you

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You call to the stars

Wings spread out to collect them

Laughter from afar

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Fishing for the moon

Never reaching yet so sure

You will catch it soon

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49 comments

    • 😆. I’ll forever be hooving and horning. I’m back, because I’ve started a new job. It helps to write; very meditative. Not sure how long I’ll stay, but I’m trying to be more consistent. And you?

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    • As for me I don’t know about posting it is becoming with fewer postings. I have finished my first book with only the glossary and the references to do and sending it to a professional editor. And then I will look for a publisher. I have started on 2 books which I may merge into one. I haven’t decided yet and if I do the second book will be halfway to being published. It is on homesteading with lots of humor that I will inject.

      I feel the same way about you when we dance with words and wit. I feel alive. Be well my friend

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  1. Collecting stars with my wings… I read once Star Maker by Olaf Stapledon. The title made me think I was about to read something as beautiful as these your haikus, Rose. Thank you, star maker ^_^

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