11 – 21

21 November, 2018

forever barred shut

wellspring of creation’s song

now beyond our reach


© Freya Pickard 2018


This haiku is part of our PORTAL theme!

3 – 14

14 March, 2018
a whale’s mournful song haunting
all the dark spaces
©  Isabel Caves 2018

Isabel Caves is a poet and fiction writer who loves to share all the weird and wonderful things that tumble from her mind. This is her first appearance at Pure Haiku.

This haunting haiku kept coming to mind while I was going through the submissions. I like the “dark spaces” …
This haiku is part of my OCEAN series.

3 – 7

7 March, 2016
I hear the earth’s song
wind-whispering of the sedge
music of the spheres.
© Jane Dougherty 2016

Jane is the author of The Green Woman series. You can read more of her work at Jane Dougherty

4 – 27

27 April, 2015
Piano player
in raptured silence listens
to the blackbird’s song.
© Jane Dougherty 2015

This week Jane Dougherty is the featured haiku writer here at Pure Haiku. Jane has been writing haiku for a year and has been published in The Hedgerow Journal. You can read more of her work at Jane Dougherty

4 – 15

15 April, 2015
not a breath of wind
the world waits on tenterhooks
until the song ends
© F Franklin 2015

Frank enjoys the classical form of haiku and you can read more at Alina Meridon

4 – 1

1 April, 2015
the clouds played a song
mallets on a xylophone
rain falling through trees
© M Sakran 2015

M Sakran had haiku featured by Pure Haiku in 2014. His blog can be found at M Sakran

8 – 28

28 August, 2013
just before dawn – when
the moon fades, we listen to
the song of the leaves
© Claudia Messelodi 2013
You can read more of Claudia’s work at a stream of small stones

Her new (second) poetry collection is available to buy at variations of sky and soul

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