freedom's feisty flight
endless nights of air sirens
still ring from this grave
Join the Haiku Chain!
Haiku are short poems of 3 lines. The first line must be five syllables, the next is seven, and the last five (5/7/5 form).
At least one of the lines should be about something in nature.
The next poem in the Haiku Chain should start with the last line of the previous one. That's what makes it a chain!
|a dark, barren land|
my tilling and plowing go
un heeded for long
|it's vibrant colours|
always make me be cheerful
|a hole in my heart|
who made this pitiably
are you the culprit?
i try to reinvent loss
i sufferred since then
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