Poetry Friday: More Late Fall Haiku and New Year Postcards

IMG_1077Welcome to the first Friday of December. Oh, my!  Mary Lee at A Year of Reading is rounding up the poetry this week.

The fourth-grade students shared more haiku with me this week.  But before that, I want to remind people it’s time to think about sending New Year poetry postcards.  You can choose to send 5 or ten.  They can be all the same (I created a photo postcard with a haiku on it and bought multiple copies) or different, your choice.

And now for student haiku.

Bright breeze shining leaves
Falling from high
Sun coming from dawn

© Angel B.

Death to all the leaves,
No more green I like,
Wildlife fleeing south

©Ian B.

Golden singing wind
Shimmering sparkling sunlight
Glimmering warm leaves

©Brooke W.

THE LEAVES

Drifting blowing leaves
Yellow red-brown crunchy leaves
Gold dancing shining

©Elizabeth Y.

Brown leaves golden red
Gray smoke floating in fresh air
Leaves piled small/big

©Marcella C.

 

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