Haiku Poem: The Slithering Snake

Slithering snake sneaks Behind the white joyful mouse. Hawk snatches the snake. A surprise twist at the end. The mouse is rescued by the hawk. Unfortunately, nature is cruel and the snake was eaten by the hawk. I don't rejoice in this conflict because all the creatures need to eat in order to survive, and... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Winter Campfire

Snowfall in the night. Campfire thaws my frozen face While breathing in pine. Have you ever been around a campfire when it's snowing? You should try it someday! You can feel the cold snowflakes melt on your head while the fire warms your face. It's a soothing sensation. One of my favorite smells come from... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Life Under The Microscope

Cellular life found Under the microscopes eyes. Answering the why. Do you know how many cells are in the human body? Approximately 37.2 trillion. This number is too large to comprehend. The world through the microscope is even more intricate than the visible realm. The foundation for all our questions can be found from the... Continue Reading →

Haiku Poem: Smell Of Spring

Scents sailing in spring. Primrose and tulips divine. Creation breathes in. Spring reminds us of a fresh new start. The wonderful smell of the flowers encourages us to find hope in the new season. The phrase, "Relax and smell the flowers," is so true. When creation breathes in, it brings peace and tranquility to the... Continue Reading →

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