Haiku have many forms of writing. Tried few of them. Let me know your comments.
spring ancient bit eye look for it summer young morn sky blaze by sun –xx– RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Challenge #146: Behold (look) & Eye For TJ’s Household Haiku (04/22/2017): Ancient & Moment (bit) Haiku Horizons #166: Burn (blaze)
weather was summer noon not beautiful soul but her body I crave for desire got life drop of rain magic curse of distance lave –xx– #Lave is literary term for Wash RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Challenge #145: Beautiful & Curse Colleen’s Weekly Tanka Challenge #30: Wish (Crave) & Magic Weekly Tanka Prompt Challenge #41: Weather & Life Haiku Horizons #165: Drop
~a~ water is still branch stoop on it moon descry beauty wind breath wonderment ~b~ moon shine white she look at it with awe werewolf see his bride for first time RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Challenge #144: Wonder (Wonderment, Awe) & Spy (Descry, See)
~1~ gust spread roti bits cause chagrin cooed or caws in joy basking its victory ~2~ sometimes cause of laugh in lorn hours sometimes cry in meanwhile sometimes joy in a lost moment sometimes chagrin your memories darling RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Challenge #143: Chagrin & Joy Colleen’s Weekly Tanka Challenge #28: Laugh & Cry
fog around waxed edge disrupted by spring breeze dark getting new fresh shade light of every moment renew as new bit lights up surround Inspired by Candle Light by Sushmita Mukherjee (Uniquesus) RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Challenge #142: Spring & Fresh Colleen’s Weekly Tanka Challenge #27: Light & Dark Weekly Tanka Prompt Challenge #38: Lights & Fog
–a– horizon darken sea turmoil cloud roar breeze rush lighthouse wake path drawn –b– morn calm breeze let feel void silence old days long dead gust in heart skip beat RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Challenge #141: Breeze & Blow (Gust, Rush) Picture: Eddystone Lighthouse During A Storm by William Daniell (1769-1837)