Haiku Challenge for Feb. 7: ‘Look’

Compared with the trees, lianas are able to put more energy into the production of leaves and seeds and less towards growing a trunk. (Morley Read / Alamy Stock Photo). Description courtesy of the Smithsonian Magazine.

Today’s haiku challenge:

My style is the five/seven/five syllable structure. Here are my five haiku poems:

look to memories
a forest of burned ruins
where the vines tell lies.

look to memories
cracked gravestones, trampled flowers
holes of crying souls.

look to memories
an emergency room
carts of bleeding hearts.

look to memories
shriveled by the tsunami
pain withstands the rain.

look to memories
the shadows become zombies
feeding on my need.

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