National Poetry Month Haiku #3: Smiles

Have you ever noticed no matter your mood, a smile can make you smile? Or laughter can make you laugh? Nothing brings a smile to my face faster than a smile from one of my grandkids. 🙂

What better topic to write about to celebrate National Poetry Month? I’d love to read your haiku about smiles!

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2 Responses to National Poetry Month Haiku #3: Smiles

  1. haikutec says:

    a breath smiley
    below the astronaut’s nose
    fields of world food 

    Alan Summers
    Anthology:
    EarthRise Rolling Haiku Collaboration 2016 Foodcrop Haiku (pub. The Haiku Foundation)

    note:
    No visual punctuation as the middle line acts as a pivot. 🙂

    e.g.

    a breath smiley
    below the astronaut’s nose

    below the astronaut’s nose
    fields of world food 

    Alan

  2. Jan Vanek says:

    Thank you for sharing your haiku, Alan. You’ve answered questions I’ve had on punctuation. And the “pivot” part of haiku is the most challenging piece of the puzzle for me!

I love to read your comments, even more, your HAIKU!

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