Bike Club Baiku

Here are some examples of bicycle based haiku. This was a “homework” assignment I gave to my bike club kids.

“Write a haiku about bikes” I said. “What is a haiku” they said. “5-7-5 syllables” I said. They said ummm ok….
Any way, four of them got one or more done and I came up with a couple.

Baiku

My bike is wicked

It has foot pegs on the wheels

I fly on my bike

_____________

My bike has cool wheels

My bike wheels have many spokes

A blur on the street

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Speeding super fast

Through the muddy grass

A big grass killer

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Serenity sweet

The breeze caresses my back

I’ll sweat later on

Turning northward oof

The breeze now a hurricane

Spinning gone just mash

Head down chest heaving

Turn ahead, a copse of trees

Relief, rest, home soon

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Cars and trucks rush by

Honks and cheers they cry I think

You walk on sidewalk

_______________

Hybrid car driving

Quietly sneaking beside

Your conscience scared me

_______________

Left right stop air brake

Look left right left back front turn

Start slow use helmet

________________

I like riding bikes

My friend and I like bikes

I enjoy bike club

________________

I love my new bike

It is red and black with gears

My bike is awesome!

________________

Carl

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