30 Days, 30 Haiku Poems

I found in a book I read recently this great idea of writing each day a Haiku poem for 30 days as a meditation practice. I thought I’d give it a try. 🙂

Image by John from Pixabay.

Life is wonderful!

Like a river on its course,

It finds its way through.

#1, December 21, 2021

Rest is like a song.

It touches all your senses,


#2, December 22, 2021

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Flowers and friendships

They blossom, then fade away

To blossom again.

#3, December 23, 2021

Trust a person’s eyes

They will tell you of their world

Even what’s not meant.

#4, December 24, 2021

Image by Alp Cem from Pixabay.

Image by Pete Linforth from Pixabay.

Hours, days, years pass by

As the space within is filled.

Real time is now.

#5, December 25, 2021

Books are like humans.

Similar shapes and covers

With unique stories.

#6, December 26, 2021

Image by Yerson Retamal from Pixabay.

Image by Dmitriy Gutarev from Pixabay.

Writing is like air.

It carries the seeds of thought.

So what has to grow?

#7, December 27, 2021

Health is a treasure.

It buys will, strength, and lightness

Happy times as well.

#8, December 28, 2021

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Image by Sasin Tipchai from Pixabay.

Joy is contagious.

Through laughter and openness

One can get it too.

#9, December 29, 2021

Music in my ears

An encounter with the soul

Immersed in the vibe.

#10, December 30, 2021

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A New Year rises

Wishing for the best to come.

Grateful for the past.

#11, December 31, 2021

Each sunrise bears gifts:

Hope for a new beginning,

Potential, rebirth.

#12, January 1, 2022

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The moon casts its light.

Lost fairy tales come to life

From our subconscious.

#13, January 2, 2022

Where to go, where to

When the mind spins dizzily?

Hold still, breathe, breathe, breathe

#14, January 3, 2022

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Image by Susanne Stöckli from Pixabay.

Beautiful Nature,

Sleep tight, let go and let be.

It will be Spring soon.

#15, January 4, 2022

Trails fade behind me

As I follow the sunlight.

– Gentle grass, hold me!

#16, January 5, 2022

Image by Radosław Cieśla from Pixabay.

Image by Alexa from Pixabay.

What is age? I ask.

A count of happy birthdays

Or a glimpse in life?

#17, January 6, 2022

Holidays are gone

It’s time to make things happen.

Adventure mode: ON.

#18, January 7, 2022

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Image by Pexels from Pixabay.

– Up, up, I’m waiting!

Life whispered while poking me.

I woke up smiling.

#19, January 8, 2022

Breathtaking beauty

Snowflakes can make you feel.

– O, mighty nature!

#20, January 9, 2022

Image by Silke from Pixabay.

Image by Charles Nambasi from Pixabay.

Water, food, and clothes

A luxury for many…

Waste isn’t an option.

#21, January 10, 2022

Sometimes an alien,

Sometimes a part of it all,

Mostly in between.

#22, January 11, 2022

Image by Volker Sachse from Pixabay.

Image by Bessi from Pixabay.

Yellow and purple,

They complement each other.

A natural poise.

#23, January 12, 2022

Gratitude and bliss

Are protecting me today.

I’m humbled by their grace.

#24, January 13, 2022

Image by Anja from Pixabay.

Image by Three-shots from Pixabay.

Which train to board on:

“A journey to remember”,

Or “Your ticket to…”?

#25, January 14, 2022

What is family,

If not one’s life foundation?

Rocky or silky.

#26, January 15, 2022

Image by Bessi from Pixabay.

Image by StockSnap from Pixabay.


So vital for our wellbeing,

When open and true.

#27, January 16, 2022

Mindful and mindless,

The ends of my thoughts’ highway.

Whither to go next?

#28, January 17, 2022

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Image by Tim Hill from Pixabay.

This is a good day.

As I gaze into the sky,

The horizon smiles.

#29, January 18, 2022

Dust starts to settle

It’s time to end the story.

“30 days, 30 haiku poems”

#30, January 19, 2022

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