Harbor Haiku

Look through my window…
See how the sunlight sparkles,
On the breezy bay.

3 thoughts on “Harbor Haiku

  1. Invented by the Japanese, the haiku is probably the simplest form of poetry. It consists of three lines. The first and third lines each contain five syllables and the second line contains seven syllables.

    A proper haiku should be about nature and capture one idea or one moment in time, like a snapshot.

    My office is located at the Stena Lines ferry terminal which is right on the waterfront at Gothenburg Harbor. I was just admiring the view of the water and the beautiful Gothenburg Bridge, when I was inspired to write this poem.

English, motherfucker, do you speak it? J/K - it's ok if you don't.

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