Haiku #1010


Over the last few weeks, I’ve been playing around with old haikus. Here is a haiku I wrote beneath a waterfall in the desert of Boulder, UT last September.

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Haiku #1010

Excerpt from Travel By Haiku

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“Moon light, moon vision
water is all around us
tidal waves within.“

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Daily Haiku by Marshall Deerfield

Buy the new book, Travel By Haiku available from Amazon. Travel By Haiku is a collection of haiku poetry written while traveling across the United States in 2014-2015. Each haiku is a meditation on the divine beauty found in the natural world and a boost to get the reader there.

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Excerpt from Travel By Haiku

Excerpt from Travel By Haiku

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“Height awakens peace of
mind, of spirit. Look up! See? An
ancient remedy“

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Daily Haiku by Marshall Deerfield

Buy the new book, Travel By Haiku available from Amazon. Travel By Haiku is a collection of haiku poetry written while traveling across the United States in 2014-2015. Each haiku is a meditation on the divine beauty found in the natural world and a boost to get the reader there.

(source: marshalldeerfield.tumblr.com)

Excerpt from Travel By Haiku

Excerpt from Travel By Haiku

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“A desert road sign
reads like a poet’s mantra:
‘Slow down and enjoy the view’.“

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Daily Haiku by Marshall Deerfield

Buy the new book, Travel By Haiku available from Amazon. Travel By Haiku is a collection of haiku poetry written while traveling across the United States in 2014-2015. Each haiku is a meditation on the divine beauty found in the natural world and a boost to get the reader there.

(source: marshalldeerfield.tumblr.com)

Excerpt from Travel By Haiku