She is a whiffler
Indeed, it is her nature
The weather obeys
– Written for Kat Myrman’s Friday’s Word of the Day Haiku. Word prompt was “whiffler”. Photo from Pixabay.
Survive winter trials,
Spring shall reward persistence
– Written for Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge #118. Word prompts were “reward” & “trial” or synonyms of those. Photo from Wikimedia.
Spectrum of color
Ushers in beautiful death
Wearing autumn’s mask
– Written for Haiku Horizons Week 138. Prompt was “mask.” Image from Pixabay.
The morning lark sings
Before the day’s rush begins
Early bird sets pace
– Written for Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge #117. Word prompts were “lark” & “rush” or synonyms of those. Photo from Wikipedia.
Leaves fall and crumble,
Dry and dead in air turned cold,
Make way for new life
– Written for Haiku Horizons Week 137. Prompt was “birth.” Image from Pixabay.
Leaves crunch underfoot
Colors adorn the path home
Autumn air chills
– Written for Ronovan Writes Haiku Challenge #116. Word prompts were “home” & “leaves” or synonyms of those. Photo by Dominic Alves.
Spring and fall, like yin
And yang, carry life in their
– Written for Haiku Horizons Week 136. Prompt was “carry.” Image from feng-shui.lovetoknow.com.