Autumn Haiku Poems


These are a collection of modern haiku poems that I wrote over time, and it is continuing over time. They are separate poems, each consists of 3 lines. If you know a little bit of haiku, it has a flavor of season, so this whole page is dedicated to the Autumn season. As sad and depressing autumn can be sometimes, it sure has the power to inspire. Well, I think every season has that secret ability to inspire us in one way or another. Autumn is a beautiful and mysterious season, full of secrets, dark ones. Many wonderful events also happen in this season: Halloween, Oktoberfest, the ending of baseball season (October championship month!!!! Yes!), and Thanksgiving just to name a few. So you tell me, who wouldn’t be inspired? All photos used on this page are courtesy of google images.

early evening
falling dry leaves
making their mark on earth

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dripping, blowing, shredding,
stand alone I must
facing the looming cold months

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stand tall and ready
watch the board up there, umpire!
miss not this one

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colors, colors everywhere
pumpkins, lanterns, candles, masks,
caution, do not get lost

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chilling scary night
oh, what character to play
it’s Halloween, kids!

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what is loneliness?

look out the window

see the empty tree?

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calm and still outside
no sound no movement
except one lone leaf falling down to its mother earth

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as i bid you goodbye, autumn
a piece of me is also gone with you
but you left me with hope and memories

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