21 Haiku Poems for Kids of All Ages

Looking for Haiku poems for your kids? We’ve put together this list of haiku poems for kids of all ages.

Haiku Poems for Elementary School

A Morning (Haiku) by Arun Bahadur Gurung

“Bees nudged the flowers….”

Haiku Year by Paul Holmes

“JANUARY…”Spring is in the Air by Kaitlyn Guenther

“Flowers are blooming sky-high….”

October’s Gold by Paul Holmes

“Love crunchy cornflakes….”

The Pink Summer Sphere by Suh Joon Kim

“The chill, worming in….”

Beaches by Kaitlyn Guenther

“Sand scatters the beach….”

Mellow May by Patricia L. Cisco

“Mellow, mild, Mayday….”

Autumn Love by Savannah M. Jones

“Coolness fills the air….”

9Snowflakes Haiku by Kaitlyn Guenther

“Snowflakes are our friends….”

1Meteor Shower by Michael Dylan Welch

“A gentle wave….”

Haiku Poems for Middle and High School

In a Station of the Metro by Ezra Pound

“The apparition of these faces in the crowd….”

The light of a candle by Yosa Buson

“…is transferred to another candle—”

Haiku Ambulance by Richard Brautigan

“A piece of green pepper….”

A Poppy Blooms by Katsushika Hokusai

“I write, erase, rewrite….”

Summer Haibun by Aimee Nezhukumatathil

“the cool night before….”

After the Gentle Poet Kobayashi Issa by Robert Hass

“New Year’s morning—”

Haiku by Etheridge Knight

“Eastern guard tower….”

fallen leaves by John Brandi

“the abbot sweeps….”

[The earth shakes] by Steve Sanfield

“just enough…”

The bottoms of my shoes by Jack Kerouac

“Are clean…”

[the snow is melting] by Kobayashi Issa

“And the village is flooded….”

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