Spiritual Poetry about nature, Japanese Haiku poem dragon a poem
by Daichi Sakamoto. Picture location – Cardwell Far North Queensland Australia.
A Haiku Poem is a form of Japanese poetry and traditionally consists of three lines, with a combination of five syllables in the first line, seven syllables in the second, and five syllables in the last line. Generally, Haiku poetry is about nature and our perception of it through contemplation and meditation. Bringing wisdom and sharpening the senses along with the intuition. A slowing down of thoughts occurs when creating a Haiku poem and a feeling of not slowness but peacefulness. Aiding in relaxation and bringing forth positive brainpower.
Haiku Poem Dragon In The Mountain
Over the ranges
Come with me now says dragon,
Time for adventure.
© Daichi Sakamoto