A Chorus of Spring Haiku

first few days of spring
the sun and sky sing solos
while clouds harmonize

 

unexpected cold
spring can’t quite shake off winter
birds shiver and sing

 

the drip drip drip drip
from the rain storm’s aftermath
nature’s metronome

 

birds and bees appear
buzzing and chirping and song
the full spring chorus

 

 

Read other haiku poems by Peter in KOM’s Poetry Corner.

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Peter Cherr
Peter C. Cherr is a retired New York City teacher where he taught English, writing, public speaking and theater. He also is a consultant in organizational behavior, interpersonal communications, executive coaching and personal coaching - with a focus on trying to help companies and people find out who they truly are and communicate that to the world as clearly as possible. He has written his entire life, ever since he was able to hold a pencil and form words on paper, His latest project is "Haiku in the Time of Corona Virus." Peter can be found on LinkedIn and you can follow him and his project on Instagram.

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