Tags : haiku

The Solidarity of a Poet

The Solidarity of a Poet

A Poem by Adam M. Snow


Bleeding ink from my fingertips, my heart pours out to you. Word for word it lingers, drips; a snow white canvas tainted. I plead my words, a solemn d..
Alaskan Wolves

Alaskan Wolves

A Poem by Ty


Alaskan Wolves
Dylan Opened Her Mouth

Dylan Opened Her Mouth

A Poem by Ohioman


We find out what else one woman wants besides anal sex in this haiku poem.
The 'O' On Joy's Face

The 'O' On Joy's Face

A Poem by Ohioman


This haiku poem shows us a scene coming to an end for one of a threesome.
Life Haiku

Life Haiku

A Poem by Alexis Rikke


A haiku, please read.
Immersed

Immersed

A Poem by victoria


Battered by deluge Burdened 'neath swellings bruise-blue Dirty rain clouds bloomed
Forever Ago

Forever Ago

A Poem by Simple Melody ♡


It never worked.
Him

Him

A Poem by Alexis Rikke


A haiku by Alexis Rikke
As I Watched Them

As I Watched Them

A Poem by Ohioman


A man uses this haiku poem to show us what he saw his four friends were doing in front of him.
It's getting cooler

It's getting cooler

A Poem by SamSat


The midday breezewashes over me;a hint of rain.
She Enjoyed Her Holiday Gift

She Enjoyed Her Holiday Gift

A Poem by Ohioman


In this haiku poem, a guy watches one friend enjoy the Christmas present another friend has given her.
Victory

Victory

A Poem by Wallflower


Haiku.
Ephemeral

Ephemeral

A Poem by Kaycee


Like a breeze...before all is lost.
Untitled

Untitled

A Poem by cv


I am delicate,With one touch I crumbleAnd fall to the ground.I am a spineless,Pusillanimous beingWho yearns for the end.I am limited,There isn't much ..
Come On, Stud

Come On, Stud

A Poem by Ohioman


A guy uses this haiku poem to to tell us what he saw on Christmas Eve.
Abstract

Abstract

A Poem by Anand Bose


It's a description about nature.
As We Watched

As We Watched

A Poem by Ohioman


A man uses this haiku poem to show us what he saw a couple doing in front of him on the sofa.
Rise

Rise

A Poem by Adam M. Snow


How cruel is fate, throwing a fork in my road? But I berate that my dues be owed.