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HiCo Haiku (Hike Ku?)

Bertman
TheBertman
Sacramento, CA
Post #: 2
I had this idea the other night: HiCo Hike Ku, in the style of Haiku. Haiku is a style of poetry that is three lines, with 5 syllables in the first and third lines, and seven syllables in the second line 5-7-5. It doesn't have to rhyme. Nobody really knows where Haiku originated, but Wikipedia says it comes from Japan.

I'll start it off, and you can feel free to add your own.
Bertman
TheBertman
Sacramento, CA
Post #: 3
long day of hiking
along the tahoe rim trail
no turtles were found
Jeanine H.
user 11239086
Sacramento, CA
Post #: 1
Wind sounds in tall pines:
Hikers laughing and tromping
Arrest ancient moods.


Alpine lake glitters:
Ham and cheese sandwich devoured
The sun never stops.
Bertman
TheBertman
Sacramento, CA
Post #: 4
weekly river hike
looking for hard shell reptiles
not having much luck
Shannon B
user 5465521
Group Organizer
Sacramento, CA
Post #: 37
Sprinkles softly touch
Tickle my face, clean the air
Splatter loose trail dust


Bertman
TheBertman
Sacramento, CA
Post #: 5
Chance of rain restrained
the mighty turtle tracker
turtles were relieved
Bertman
TheBertman
Sacramento, CA
Post #: 6
one hundred meetups
for hikers and company
many more to come
Diana
user 10861306
Roseville, CA
Post #: 4
hiking clears the mind
views feed the soul with beauty
life is a journey
Chas
ChasB
Santa Rosa, CA
Post #: 73
Up and over the pass we traverse,
what a wonderful experience it is,
a new vista is revealed as time seems to pause.
Bertman
TheBertman
Sacramento, CA
Post #: 7
Turtle tracking man
Is out on the trail again
Turtles should beware!
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