Today’s prompt:

Write a haiku for your favorite flower.

Post your poem to comments!

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Posted on April 12, 2016, in NaPoWriMo. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Arctic star so sweet
    Hiding in the forest deep
    Wonder why so shy

  2. – Follow no prompt

    She lived in a world where she could hideaway.
    Shielding yourself from the world was easy when you’re prey,
    Shedding not a morsel of her guard, to come out and play.

    Today the glory of a screen holds more attention,
    The bright lights in her eyes don’t shine as bright as the power in her hand.
    Tumultuous coming of age stories are embedded in the palms of the young.

    Under the dazzling sparkle of a group you won’t find her,
    Underachiever high scores are what make the night shine.

    Very little can be done in this day and age.
    Venomous companies latch on to the prey,
    Very little is accomplished, when sucked into the palm of your hand.

  3. Your heart-shaped petals
    They do vary in color
    Nestled in water

  4. Your sweet, luscious scent,
    and your delicate figure
    bright in a dull yard.

  5. A Rose:

    Silky red colors–

    Soft shades wrapped in many folds;

    Fresh scents fill my nose.

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