Haikus on the Solar System

I had this idea of publishing haikus more or less often. Even better: about the Solar System objects. I will be posting them as they appear.

Hiding from a hawk
the mockingbird eats big bugs.
Mom hand-picks nice beans

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Light just travels fast
Whirling towards a black hole.
Light up the fireplace!

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Sun shines on Saturn
Bouncing from my wedding band.
Should it be roses?

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What is the space-time
But to stargaze, one more time,
Now and the next spring?

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A bench at the park
One feels the colorless wind.
(Not in the storm’s eye.)

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My mute screwdriver
Turns around a speechless bolt
Birds chirp underneath

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A very bright day
I do not gaze at a screen.
Deep, black dotted sky

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An awful weather
Eyes are sadly frustrated
Seeing stars on a screen

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I see stars in Space
Imagination leads me
Chilled, I pray in peace

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I travel to Space
My eyes fall down with the leaves
Church doors are opened

On screens, In the sky

As part of my today’s assignment at Writing201, I tried my first haikus – which I really enjoyed.

I

A very bright day
I do not gaze at a screen.
Deep, black dotted sky

II

An awful weather
Eyes are sadly frustrated
Seeing stars on a screen

III

I see stars in Space
Imagination leads me
Chilled, I pray in peace

IV

I travel to Space
My eyes fall down with the leaves
Church doors are opened