Poetry Friday: Fifth Grade Haiku

I am getting reading for National Poetry Month with haiku and Fibonacci poems. Here are some from Mrs. Nagely’s fifth grade class:

Butterfly wing dust
Migration moves along fast
Slippery green grass

Leaves crackle to my heavy step.
Sun rays blind me so.
While I walk the streets.

Thunderstorm haiku

Rain falls into gutters as
Lightning hits the ground blinding
Light flashes in the storm

More poetry can be found at The Drift Record. Thank you for hosting Julie.
Happy Friday.
Happy poetry.