Tri-haiku XXXVI (Warmth of weekends)

The warmth of weekends
cosy from winter blankets
bodes well to the week

So with high spirits
Monday comes with gusto here
cocooned I embrace

And the warm embers
envelope and protect me
as the week proceeds

©Jemverse

Photo – Jempics

Tri-haiku XXXV (the sun, hooray)

And here for Sunday
the sun still has its hat on
Hip, hip, hip hooray

Golden for autumn
it still shines yellow and warm
Hip, hip, hip hooray

Shining still brightly
it stays and it continues
Hip, hip, hip hooray

©Jemverse

Photo – Emily Rose Croucher

Haiku – cathartic

I write cathartic
Words as liquid pouring here
onto this lake's page

©Jemverse

Photo – Jempics

Tri-haiku XXXIV (the familiar)

The familiar
just like a comfort blanket
all uniquely mine

Something I cling to
to remind me that today
everything is peace

And I breathe easy
with familiarity
born of pure content

©Jemverse

Photo – Jempics

Thursday Haiku

Dripping from my pen
my Thursday haiku gathers
form and satisfies

©Jemverse

Picture – ‘Half Moon Bridge’ by Yoshida Toshi (1940)

Life-words-haiku

Sometimes a haiku
Gives all the words that I need
to make life complete

©Jemverse

Picture – ‘Hayase’ by Yoshida Hiroshi (1933)

Sunday Haiku

A Sunday Haiku
in seventeen syllables
The right thing to do

©Jemverse

Picture – Half Moon Bridge by Yoshida Toshi, 1940

Tri-haiku XXXIII (Heaven)

Afternoon sunshine
in June, deliciously hot
I am in heaven

But it is a place
on earth, as Belinda said
and she was quite right

Nowhere else I would
further be this afternoon
than right here right now

©Jemverse

Photo – Jempics

Tri-haiku XXXII – Time’s passage

The last of the month
where has February gone?
already it’s March

But no complaints here
for summer’s ever closer
Warmer daytime soon

Coupled with new growth
Springtime around the corner
with grass now greener

©Jemverse

Photo – Jempics

Tri-haiku XXXI (Daffodil Laughter)

A vibrant greeting
bursting in Springtime yellow
sunshine to my day

A splash of colour
to the monotone palette
of winter greyness

Daffodil laughter
brightens up most any day
Truly infectious

©Jemverse

Photo – Jempics

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