Traditional – haiku

dewdrops on the grass
dawn slowly breaks sun rises


bubbly golden crust
with plump apples piled high
eager faces wait


hot sweet potatoes
under melted marshmallows
golden roasted bird

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11 thoughts on “Traditional – haiku

  1. Basho2012 I cannot get to your blog – other than go through Google. Can you add your blog address to your Thank you for the comment. Jenn from Sensational Haiku Wednesday has been “trained” to use the traditional 5-7-5. I’d like to use the other but need to study what it involves. I’m sure all of my haiku don’t even follow the “rules” of a haiku, ie nature subjects not human; no punctuation, etc.

    My belief is rules are made to be broken – but only after you have mastered the rules. 🙂

  2. What a nice way to traditional haiku. I love the first one … looks classical in it’s image. I have posted a traditional haiku also on Sensational Haiku Wednesday.
    By the way I commented earlier as Basho2012.

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