Poetry Friday: Colored Haiku

Exploring Haiku Poems when I taught Writer’s Circle was one of my favorite activities. Some of the Haiku I offer today (the first and last) are examples from those lessons, as I would write alongside my students. The others are those Haiku that were inspired today by my previous writing. Although Haiku is meant to create a picture in the mind of the reader, I thought I would include photographs of mine that also served as an inspiration for my writing.  I find that travel, color, and nature are my three main inspirations when I write poetry.

 

 

Red Amaryllis

Growing Tall for All to See

Announces with Color

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Amaryllis Data Project. Evergreen Elementary School. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2016 

Delicate Orchids

Blooming on a Winter’s Day

Colors My World Pink

 

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Pink Orchid. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2016

Climbing Clematis

Trellis Traveling Species

High in my Garden

 

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Clematis. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2019

Clear Azure Water

Glacier Fed From Mountain Highs

Lovely Lake Louise

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The Beauty of Lake Louise, © Carol Labuzzetta, 2019

Fields of Wildflowers

Beckon Me to Visit Now

Hot Prairie Summer

 

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Field of Wildflowers at Praire View Elementary School. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2019

Haleakala

Volcano Like No Other

Sleeping Now Spewing

 

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The crater at Haleakala’s Summit. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2010.

Today’s Poetry Friday is hosted by Carol’s Corner. Please visit her blog for links to more wonderful poetry! Thank you for hosting this gracious and supportive group!

4 Thoughts

  1. oooh, that volcanic crater jut might be my favorite. I’m so glad you write alongside your students. How fun for you. Happy New Year!

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  2. Those images both poetic and photographic were just what needed on a dreary day here in Central New York. I’m waiting for my amaryllis to bloom. I particularly loved the photo of the clematis. Thank you!

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