Abbreviated Haiku 1-3

Many of you are already doing the Alphabet Haiku challenge with me on Fridays. Now I’ve decided that on Saturdays and Sundays for #OctPoWriMo I am going to try other haiku forms. Well, some of them may not truly be haiku, but they will all be succinct. I hope you like them. And maybe you will want to give these a try as well. As always, you’ll find the scansion (how to do it) at the bottom of the post.

pink flower with fall foliage in background

#1

excited
chatter above me—
treetop songs

#2

pale-pink flowers in autumn—
who knew

#3

welcome
October
morning

 

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Scansion:
Abbreviated Haiku
Written in either 2 or 3 lines
Syllable count may be 3-5-3, 7-2, or 2-3-2
Untitled, little to no punctuation, no capitalization
I wrote one of each. (Does not have to be centered)

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