Monsoon Haiku

outside? muggy;
from inside: gray skies look
like Viennese winter

 

cool mornings,
after a rainy night,
soothe the spirit

 

the guard shack,
topped by a wading pool
only I can see

 

rain song
absorbs harsh sounds,
hushing the city

 

trust old people
with umbrellas more than
the blue in the sky

45 thoughts on “Monsoon Haiku

  1. Reblogged this on djottoblog and commented:
    HaiKu was a type of poetry I learned of in the 6th grade. As there are many ways to express poetry, one can consider them self to be fortunate to see it in motion. Poetry is not just an art to be heard.

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