Church Mouse (a Haiku)

Hello dear readers and followers, today I am presenting another Haiku … I seem to be on a roll for writing Haiku lately … and I have no rhyme or reason as to why this is so … but I do enjoy the challenge of their concise format …

Church Mouse (a Haiku)

I hear church bells ring

Did an elder church mouse die

Grey clouds always cry

Ivor Steven (c) Sept 2021

Candles (a Haiku)

A big thank you to mbrazfieldm, for allowing me to borrow her “Three Word Line”, which I used here at the beginning of my Haiku… You may visited her incredible site by clicking on the link >>

Candles (a Haiku)

Our Burning Silence

Magnifies our own problems

Candles in the wind

Ivor Steven (c) Sept 2021

On Our Knees (a Haiku)

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And also Available at Amazon (Paperback), especially for those living in Australia, with an account, postage is at local rates rates ..

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On Our Knees (a Haiku)

Love floats on our seas

Love feels like a gentle breeze

Love lives in our trees

Ivor Steven (c) August 2021


Today I’m presenting one of the dozen Haiku that are in my book Tullawalla, and also over at Weekly Prompts their Midweek Challenge is: Shadows ; please visit their fabulous site by clicking >> Here .

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Please Note: GREAT NEWS, Hardcover is NOW available.

Shadows (a Haiku)

Her lone silhouette

Forever etched in the stars

Shadows of my heart

Ivor Steven (c) July 2021

Tullawalla, (a Haiku)

“Tullawalla” is now available at Barnes & Noble for online ordering … via this link >>Tullawalla by Ivor Steven, Kerri Costello, Paperback | Barnes & Noble® (
Sorry, but the Hardcover is still unavailable Tullawalla eBook: Steven, Ivor, Costello, Kerri, Harris, patricia: Books 

Tullawalla (a Haiku)

The dream presses on 

Empty hands are full again  

Of memory’s rhymes 

Ivor Steven (c) June 2021