Does anyone know some good haiku about fireworks?

If you can post a couple here, that would be great. We’re getting ready to see some right now!
Thank you!
Gene

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Gene Myers is a New Jersey poet, music journalist and columnist who learned to walk twice. His weekly column is called The Joy of Life. He was awarded first place in Arts and Entertainment Writing by The New Jersey Press Association.
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6 Responses to Does anyone know some good haiku about fireworks?

  1. haikutec says:

    Just these two:

    starburst fireworks
    a girl and her mum tiptoe
    to pick them

    Alan Summers
    Publications credits: Peterborough Today (2007)

    sky shift
    a Chinese lantern
    hits the moon

    空の変化 中国のランタン 月を打つ

    haiku by Alan Summers
    trans. Hidenori Hiruta

    Publications credits: International Haiku New Year’s Festival 2011 (Akita, Japan); a little help from my friends (Red Dragonfly ePamphlet 2011)

  2. snowbirdpress says:

    I think “bottlerockets” got its name from a firecracker display….

  3. John Salacan says:

    starlight hits the earth
    in a million colored sparks
    the excitement bursts
    John Salacan

  4. Hi Gene, I wrote this on July 5 and posted on my Psalms and Nature blog. http://elingrace.wordpress.com

    quiet morning
    after fireworks
    seagulls at ease
    in the sky

    Thank you, Ellen

  5. snowbirdpress says:

    I love Ellen’s haiku, but I have to tell you, one year the fireworks chased the robins right out of the maple tree and they haven’t been back since! So some birds find fireworks extremely stressful!
    But I logged on here to give you the fireworks poem that gave birth to “bottle rockets”…

    “after the bang/ bits of paper and smoke/ bottle rockets”

    I thought that was pretty neat.. giving haiku the value of the “big bang”… and the never ending paperwork involved with a journal!

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