garden spider

December Haiku Share

I write a surprising number of haiku about spiders, although the prompt for this one was actually “weaving”. Share a haiku about gardens, spiders, weaving, dew, or webs.

garden spider –
weaving the dew
into its web

1st place, Shiki Kukai, November 2010

“haiku Wall”  at the Quarterly HSA Meeting
in Bend, Oregon, June 3-5, 2011

If you missed the initial post, click here to read about the month long haiku challenge I am holding right here on my blog this December.

43 thoughts on “garden spider

  1. oh, I do envy your spider haiku! 🙂
    (have to go with garden, myself…)

    white bones
    she buries a fish
    in the garden

    haigaonline — Issue 13.1 (contemporary)

    • What a nice thing to say, angie. 🙂

      I can totally relate to your haiku– we have a “pet cemetery” under our maple tree, populated by bettas and dwarf african frogs buried in plastic easter eggs.

  2. not a single star
    out of place
    in the Milky Way…
    the garden gate
    left ajar all night

    Pamela A. Babusci
    Tanka Splendor Awards
    & A Thousand Reasons

  3. the winter garden
    where false hellebore appears
    without fair warning
    my sister’s mind a landscape
    scored with fault lines . . . and furrows

    (opening verse from “my sister’s world,” Atlas Poetica: vol. 8, Spring 2011)

  4. somehow
    in the moon’s hidden face
    a garden

    Alegria Imperial
    haiku in ‘the moon’s hidden face’, a haibun Multiverses 1:1 June 2012

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