THE GIANT PEN HAIKU 31

Haiku is a Japanese poem of 17 syllables in 3 lines.
First line has 5 syllables, second has 7 and the last has 5 syllables. It’s a poem on nature.
Here are some, written by The Giant Pen

THE GIANT PEN HAIKU 31

There are two black birds-
But of one is her heart pure
And the other, dark.
©JUDAISKY CARES®
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Levelling the sky_
For us to fly above trees,
Feather becomes big.
©AWOKOEMRY®
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By my window frame
Perched two lovers whistling loud
Pretty feathers flap
©JAYCEE®
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Lighter as the air
Feathers, bone of shallow might
This is who I am
©WANDERER®
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Wings spread are a bow
Drawn for the arrows of beaks;
War bird, shoot feathers
©RIGWELL ADDISON ASIEDU®
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Worshiper of sun
She, setting herself ablaze
To live longer years
©STANDARD_INKS®
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The birds are sing,
Floating gently on the sky,
In their soundless wing.
THE GREAT POET
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They hover in awe,
Chirping lines of eulogies
For the nice nature.
©BILLIOSPEAKS®
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