Haiku Poem: The Dark Ocean

The deep ocean floor Lights up from the octopus. But his ink blends in.  I am awestruck by the unique creatures who live in the deep ocean. They survive without sunlight by creating their own food through chemosynthesis and use their crafty bioluminescence to attract plankton. Octopuses are mystical creatures. They have three hearts, eight... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Skipping Stones

Childhood memories. Skipping stones across the lake. A bike ride to take. I had fond memories growing up. There was a lake behind my house. My friends and I would throw rocks across the lake to see who had the most skips. Then we would get on our bikes and ride to Woody's general store... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Buffalo Quake

Quickly find shelter! A buffalo stampede soon. We feel our feet quake. In this haiku, I wanted to induce surprise at the beginning for the reader. What are we hiding from? You might ask. In the next line, the truth is revealed. A buffalo stampede is coming on the horizon. The line builds suspense because... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Wildlife Extravaganza

Extravaganza! The wolf pack chasing gazelles Through the snowy woods. If you want to experience an adrenaline rush, observe wildlife. It's more suspenseful than any Hollywood film can create because nature is real and unrehearsed. Unfortunately, nature can be cruel. Survival of the fittest is the main theme on this hostile planet.

Haiku Poem: Sandstorm

Scorched sand scrapes my face. On a camels back I go. Hope awakes at night. Envision how difficult it would be to survive through a sandstorm. The hot wind in your face, the desert sand scraping your body, and the scorching sun withering you like a dried plant. This is why riding a camel is... Continue Reading →

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