Poems on
Seasons

Summer Haikus

a poem by Christuraj Alex

Summertime

Communion assured
The sun and sky separate
In koinonia

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Summer Morning

Spiritual union of
Flies, birds, flowers, plants, trees, fruits
Bright smiles everywhere

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Sun Kiss

Don’t call it a burn
Call it a caressing kiss
You’ll love the sun’s rays

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Eventide

Cute color crayons
Chalks bought for children well spent
Canvas of rainbows

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Summer Night

I open windows
For the moonlight to enter
Stars wink in envy

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Summer Hullaballoo

The sun as witness
Love birds take a solemn pledge
Of fidelity

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Summer Wipeout

The breeze seems angry
Wipes away each fine dewdrop
Leaves the rose lips dry

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Summer Heat

Leaves cover the buds
Flowers close their eyes in shame
Nude immodest Sun

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Summer Peak

Longing in zenith
To consummate with the sun
The sun lingers long

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Mountain Summer

Wounded by the sun
Snow mountain bleeds white bloodstream
Brim filled rivers flood