My February Collection of Haiku

My February collection of haiku is composed of my responses to some of the prompts in last month’s NaHaiWriMo (National Haiku Writing Month). More on this below. Meanwhile, please enjoy my feeble attempt in this fascinating poetic form.

Day 1: biting into a taco
biting into a taco
hot and red with chili ~~
the waning moon bids adieu

Day 2: railroad ties
wooden railroad ties
old, beat and creaking ~~
peals of children’s laughter

Day 3: Greek coffee
haiku#1
in the kitchen lay waiting
warm pot of Greek coffee brew ~~
lips locked in a kiss

haiku#2
flowing from cup to cup
mid-morning Greek coffee brew~~
ears plugged to jazzy notes

haiku#3
cup to cup
Greek coffee brew ~~
scent of burnt haystack

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