Poetry Friday: More Haiku

Thank you to Michelle at Michelle Kogan for hosting the last Poetry Friday of 2019.

What a year it has been for Poetry Fridays. I love our community. I am so grateful to our group.

#natember #haikuforhope

I am away visiting family. I really am looking for what 2020 brings for poetry.

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15 Responses to Poetry Friday: More Haiku

  1. Pingback: Last Nature Haiku for 2019 | Michelle Kogan Illustration, Painting & Writing

  2. Love the warrior pose metaphor, Jone. Happy New Year!

  3. Nailed it! Thanks for leading the way with December haiku this month, Jone.

  4. Susan Bruck says:

    I agree–this is an amazing group! And I also agree with the other commenters–warrior pose captures the mood of the trees perfectly!

  5. mbhmaine says:

    Another vote for “warrior pose” and a confession that I don’t practice yoga, and I don’t really know what “warrior pose” means, but I get the idea from your poem. So, that’s a win for you as the poet, right? Nice job with the haiku this month!

  6. “warrior pose” I think we’ll have to follow these “skeletal branches” and be brave warriors in the coming new year. Thanks for your strong and succinct haiku Jone–and have a Happy New Year!

  7. margaretsmn says:

    Love the use of warrior pose.

  8. Warrior, indeed. And I always wonder how they survive the winter elements. Cheers!

  9. cvarsalona says:

    My yoga teacher talks asks us to be strong warriors when in the pose. Your poem reminds me of that. Winter allows the trees to stand tall and face life. Have a wonderful holiday, Jone.

  10. maryleehahn says:

    I’ve fallen off the haiku train…but am still enjoying yours and others’!

  11. Tabatha says:

    Hope you’re having fun with family! I like “in warrior pose.”

  12. Linda Mitchell says:

    Warrior pose! love

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