Daily Haiku: Swaying Flowers


In this daily haiku, “Swaying Flowers”.


Watching flowers and branches move to a warm breeze lulls me into a place. It is like an aphrodisiac of white noise and silence at the same time. Somehow it slows my heartbeat and mind. I’m drawn in the motions, the bending, and swaying. A daily haiku and digital art piece to draw you away momentarily.

Swaying Flowers

A summer breeze swirls,
swaying flowers dance to a
melodious song.

©Linda J. Wolff 2017
|Swaying Flowers|
A little daily haiku.

What is haiku poetry?

A Japanese poem which can also be known as a Hokku. A Haiku poem is similar to a Tanka but has fewer lines. A Haiku is a type of poetry that can be written on many themes, from love to nature. A Haiku consists of 3 lines and 17 syllables.

Swaying meaning: “move or cause to move slowly or rhythmically backward and forward or from side to side”

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Linda J. Wolff is an interurban word spinner and extrovert through many coffee-stained papers and owned by Rookie the hyperactive Pomeranian dog at Urban Poetry.

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