Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in 3 lines of 5, 7, and 5, traditionally evoking images of the natural world. In English poetry, haiku is a poem in haiku form. 

Below are 13 haiku poems by Jaachi Anyatonwu for his 365 Days Poetry Challenge.

POEM 178: African Lady 

stunning ebony
mascot of rare melanin
black is perfection

POEM 179: Eyes

her eyes beams fireflies
fluttering in empty belly

POEM 180: Endy

Endy, unaware
I admired her vain mystery
hid behind pink clouds

POEM 181: Black Boy

there is a black boy
with red earth in his boy palm
molding it into dreams

POEM 182: Endy II

silvery, like the moon
floating by the orange sun
keeping warm, my dark.

POEM 183: Ebo

with fervor, she moans
tears that singe her forlorn face
leaving trails of hurt

POEM 184: Amina

you're crescent beauty,
daily I sing you're rouhi
Ya ‘Aburnee forever.

Ya ‘Aburnee (Arabic): You bury me or I wish to die for you.
Rouhi (Arabic): For my soul

POEM 185: Home

to all inviting, calls
for warmth and safety, victuals
home is everything

POEM 186: Comfort

Spring azure allure,
drinking in adulation
but clouds hid it all

POEM 187: Cold Flames

I was in the flame,
heaven was cold and frozen
I died peacefully

POEM 188: The Fall

A misty morning -
lust in the air, Eve unaware
one bite and man fell

POEM 189: Peace

water runs underneath 
dolphins swimming with the current
life snail moving along

POEM 190: On Track

Parched throat and sprained soles,
Scorching sun rays, baked words
poetry sizzling still

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