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New Year Haiku Poems to Inspire a Fresh New Start

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New Year Haiku - Light Follows the Dark. #Haiku #NewYearHaiku #HaikuPoem #NewYearsHaiku #Poetry #iCreateDaily

iCreateDaily community member, Beth Murphy kicked off the 2021 by sharing a New Year Haiku. Haiku is a great way to kickstart creativity, since it’s just a three line poem, so we invited others to also share their New Year Haiku.

You’re welcome to submit yours for publishing here as well. We will publish New Year Haiku poems here, and also in our how to write a haiku article, which you can also reference for haiku format if you need a refresher. You’re also invited to submit other than New Year Haiku if you’d like and we can publish them on that other article as well.

The Plural of Haiku

Haiku is the plural of haiku in the same way that deer and sheep are both singular and plural forms of those nouns. Haiku poetry originated as a Japanese art form, and the Japanese language implies plurality in context rather than application of an “s” at the end of words.

New Year Haiku

Traditional Format Haiku – 3 lines, 17 syllables as 5-7-5

New year, new found day
Dawning opportunity
Take time to find joy

Haiku by Shannon Billings Schofieldauthor writerbeekeeper
New Year Haiku by Shannon DeAnna Schofield #NewYearHaiku
Image by Oleh Valchuk from Pixabay

Waking up to dawn
Knowing that the year is new
Happy and hopeful

Haiku by Jayme Thompson, artist, teacher
New Year Haiku by Jayme Thompson
Image by iwanna from Pixabay

My resolution
Dream move rest become
Quiet times my time

Haiku by Sally Kirkpatrick, retired teacher, writer, poet
New Year Haiku by Sally Kirkpatrick  #NewYearHaiku
Image by Siggy Nowak from Pixabay

Goals on our minds now
Bring on imaginations
Let passions come forth

Haiku by Louise DeBell, writer, speaker
New Year Haiku by Louise DeBell #NewYearHaiku
Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay

The birth of a year
To live, to love, to nurture
A year to create.

Haiku by LeAura Alderson, iCreateDaily.com

Newness of the day
Bursting forth reassurance
Light follows the dark

Haiku by Beth Murphyhaiku & tanka poet
New Year Haiku - Light Follows the Dark. #Haiku #NewYearHaiku #HaikuPoem #NewYearsHaiku #Poetry #iCreateDaily

Modern Haiku Format – 3 lines, no other rules

As the light shines,
I am set free. 
Breathe. Release. 

Modern haiku by Mieka Peebles

We’d love to add your New Year Haiku poems here, or any other kind of haiku on our how to write a haiku article. Just send it to us, and include your preferred tribute sign-off. E.g., your name, creative pursuit and/or career, and a link to your website or social page if you’d like us to link to it.

When you’re tired of winter and ready for spring, we’re starting a collection. Perhaps you’d like to contribute yours! Check it out our spring haiku poems here.

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