dVerse Poets Haibun

Let’s write our haibun that references the heart, in whatever context that you conceive. For those new to haibun, the form consists of one to a few paragraphs of prose—usually written in the present tense—that evoke an experience and are often non-fictional/autobiographical. They may be preceded or followed by one or more haiku—nature-based, using a seasonal image—that complement without directly repeating what the prose stated.

Children no longer are allowed to give Valentines to each other in school classes, which is a shame.

hoping heart

flushed cheeks flaring

dream fulfilled

scribbled note

such promises made

must be love



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