Heights of Haiku Challenge 5 – waves

Waving goodbye
can be just a politeness
or prelude to tears


Wanton willow tree
waves wildly in the West wind,
hangs limp in a calm.

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8 Responses to Heights of Haiku Challenge 5 – waves

  1. becca givens says:

    Great job, Viv!! 🙂
    This is my Day 5 ~~ Waves Wash Over Me.


  2. siggiofmaine says:

    I love the willow tree haiku…
    great capture.
    Siggi in Downeast Maine


  3. Patti says:

    I like both of these. The first is such a familiar feeling. Well done.


  4. loved the first one..cud connect to it so well..thanku for both:)


  5. Mr. Walker says:

    Viv, love both of these – great contrasts in both.



  6. The first one is a smasher!


  7. Good day Viv, love to read your haiku. Nice to see you again in a new haiku challenge. This haiku is wonderful.


  8. Ramesh Sood says:

    Awesome and beautiful.. first one oh..how many times we experience this..


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