National Poetry Month Haiku Contest: Day 2 – Colors

Welcome to Day 2 of National Poetry Month!

Today’s theme is “Colors.”

Crayola ditches dandelion!

dandelion ditched
thousand wishes blown away
for a new color

The theme for tomorrow is “dogs.” What will you write?

To enter for a chance to win a copy of my book, Life: Haiku by Haiku, leave a comment with your original haiku (must use the Theme of the Day). Each haiku will qualify for one entry, so enter as many times as you’d like!

Click HERE for details on my haiku celebration of National Poetry Month!

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10 Responses to National Poetry Month Haiku Contest: Day 2 – Colors

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  2. Steve says:

    to the east an orange
    morning, to the west dark tears
    such labile spring moods

  3. Claudia says:

    Love this ESP dark years!

  4. Claudia says:

    Jan, I love dandelions despite their being a weed!
    Steve, I had also used orange sun before I read yours! Decided to post mine anyway and think “great minds”.

    sky glows eggshell pink
    faint orange sun ignites horizon,
    Easter morning dawns

  5. Daffodils rising
    Pied pansy pillow clusters
    Violet golden blush

  6. Claudia says:

    Like the P words and clever use of pied.

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