Dandelion Tea Poetry

Ruth’s Dandelion Tea Haiku

Haiku, a Japanese-style poem:
5 syllables
7 syllables
5 syllables.

Dandelion Tea
Sunny thoughts, anchored deeply—
… invigorating.

11 Responses

  1. Rachel Says:

    I liked your Haiku.

  2. Ruth Says:

    Thanks, Mother! I’m so glad you wrote, and so glad you liked my Haiku! Grandaddy wrote good poetry, too, though I’m not sure ever a Haiku. Maybe I inherited my way with words… Love, Ruth

  3. Toni Says:

    A Dandelion ‘tea party’

    It’s dandy’ It’s Fine’
    Why’ It’s Dandelion
    It’s pure it’s devine
    Why! it’s dandelion
    It’s good for your health
    Dont leave it on the shelf
    If you like tea’time
    just kick up your heels ‘lets dine’
    on Dandelion.

  4. Ruth Says:

    Thanks, Toni! I love your poem! I got all happy just reading it! Ruth

  5. mandy Says:

    what a beautiful poem

  6. todd Says:

    oh , how i love this radient poem
    it speaks to my soul
    i love my danelion tea , for super , breakfast , and lunch
    it keeps me very slim and regular on my movements each day .

  7. Ruth Says:

    Todd, so very sorry it took over a year to respond to you.
    I loved what you wrote and that you wrote!
    Your expressive words carry such beauty and your experience, power! Thank you, Ruth

  8. Joe Says:

    I was riding down the road with my bike under me.
    Lions tooth on my mind and I scraped up my knee.
    I said to my baby “you know dandelion tea?”
    She said “it’s like you buy one and you get one free”

    I had a thousand dollars and I bought me a truck.
    I took the extra money and I bought me a cup.
    I said to my baby, “you know dandelion tea?”
    She said, “it’s like you buy one and you get one free”

    Epic website Ruth!

  9. Ruth Says:

    Epic poem Joe!

  10. errthangdandy Says:

    Yo! Dandelions
    Dey good in dah tea I drink
    Tastes like unicorns

  11. Willara Says:

    Dandelion greed
    stop grabbin at my flowers
    ill deflower your stem

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