Yesterday, I asked for haiku about fireworks as my family sat and waiting for a show in our town. The poems shared were so good, I would like to highlight them!
“Hi Gene, I wrote this on July 5 and posted on my Psalms and Nature blog, http://elingrace.wordpress.com,” wrote Ellen.
quiet morning after fireworks seagulls at ease in the sky
Thank you, Ellen!
And here are two more by Alan Summers:
starburst fireworks a girl and her mum tiptoe to pick themPublications 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
trans. Hidenori Hiruta
Publications credits: International Haiku New Year’s Festival 2011 (Akita, Japan); a little help from my friends (Red Dragonfly ePamphlet 2011)