haiku poems about spring

by • March 26, 2011 • Haiku Poems, Month Poems, Nature PoemsComments (9)5847

Spring Haiku

Spring Haiku


Stubborn chilly days
The pathway to our summer
March just let spring shine

© 2011 Marinela Reka

Haiku poem about spring

Haiku poem about spring

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9 Responses to Spring Haiku

  1. Jeeves says:

    Love the image and poem

  2. Pietro says:

    Very fine haiku, Marinela.

    Dark, suffering, death:
    the planned cataclysm
    by some accounts,
    violently brings out
    the inexorable human weakness.

    Happy Sunday 🙂

  3. Petty Witter says:

    Stubborn chilly days indeed – still british summertime began today.

  4. Ramesh Sood says:

    Haikus.. Marinela I love them and love writing them.. happy to see you writing them..good imagery..well done.. do visit to have a look at some written last week.. God bless.. will be back soon.. RS

  5. I love the way you used “stubborn chilly days” in this poem. Living in Alaska, the concept of stubborn chilly days hanging onto the snow in the yard really hit home for me. The winter seems like it just does not want to let go.

  6. karen says:

    Well done !!!!!!! I luVVVVVVVVVVVVVV it!!:D

  7. M.A.S says:

    That’s so powerful in so few words. I picture a young girl in Seattle mad at being stuck inside for the last 6 months. And I picture her very vividly!

  8. keshav sharma says:

    beautiful poem 🙂

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