Beach Haiku

Oh, how wonderful it was, vacation by the sea! Just in our own country, in Zeeland. Walking, running, looking for shells, enjoying the sunset, the beautiful skies, the salty air, the beautiful soft light…. You can let me go there every day! It resulted in some beautiful photos that inspired me to write a few Beach Haiku.

Haiku Breakwaters at sunset

So Firmly anchored
A row of protective arms
To save me from tears


Haiku Cockle at the beach

A little musing
Bare feet walking in the sand
Are finding some love


Haiku view on the Breakwaters

An Infinite view
Murmuring sounds of the sea
Salt tingles my skin


Haiku Sunset at sea

The End of the day
Farewell in all its glory
Lonely musing beach

If you liked my Beach Haiku, you might also like my Dandelion Haiku. You can also find my Soulflowers on Pinterest.


A Haiku is a form of poetry originating in Japan and consists of 3 lines. The first line contains 5 syllables, the second 7 and the third line 5 again. A Haiku is originally often linked to an experience in nature. In the modern form, this is no longer necessarily the case. I love writing a Haiku. It doesn’t require much time but it does require creativity. It is playing with words. And once you get into Haiku writing…. It’s almost addictive. Often you are already creating them in your head while you are still on your way 🙂

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