Seasonal Haikus @ Avondale Logandale

Last week at Avondale Logandale, we revisited haiku poems! This time the students were asked to write seasonal haiku poems that described their favorite seasons and practice following the 5-7-5 syllable format.

This week I selected 5 to 6 haiku poems to publish from each class. Scroll down to enjoy this week’s published seasonal haiku poems!



Ms. Lozada
4th Grade


Good-bye Winter! Hello Spring!
Itzel C.

Colorful flowers.
I hear buzzing! Don’t get stung!
Chirp, chirp! Birds singing.



Jasmin M.

Flowers are so cute.
They grow with the dirt and sun.
Sound of bee buzzing.



Michael S.

Rainfall in the sky
I like the rain, it is nice
I like the rainfall



Jonathan S.

Lions roar so loud
They like to hunt animals
They’re great protectors



Dylan V.

Summer is the best
In summer the flowers bloom
Roses feel so smooth


Ms. Miller
3rd Grade


Mariah F.

Summer is coming
The flowers and leaves are rising
Puddles are dirty



Summer Salts
Jocyana C.

Butterflies flying
At the ocean having fun
Grass in the garden



Summer Time
Alexander R.

Baseball game playing with friends
Swimming with my family
Summer is my birthday



Summer Day
Ariana L.

Steamy air hot day
Buzzing bees in a garden
Birds are chirping outside



Summer Vacation
Destiny O.

At Wisconsin Dells
There are people in the pool
Fun on the water



Lula Q.

I go to summer camp.
I have a picnic.
Birds chirping in trees.


Ms. Afzal
3rd Grade


Yael R.

Summer is so fun
I like that snow is melting
Sunlight on petals



Andrivel Q.

Grassy mud puddles
Bird taking a long bird bath
Rabbit leaving me



Johann R.

Garden, leaves, and grass
Flower, puddles, and sunshine
Honeybee flowers



Adamaris P.

Going to the pools.
Rocks and sand around the pool.
Splashing in the pool.



Crazy Summer Happening
Jocelyn M.

Ice cream melting in summer
The sun is hot like lava
The clouds are white lacy snow.



Ms. Pease
3rd Grade

Manuel F.

August birthday night
Blue sky and clouds all around
Celebrate with cake



Season Foods II
Silana N.

Blue skies on summer
Ice cream on a summer day
Breeze on a fall day



My Fall Haiku
Jermonie R.

Pumpkins singing in the dead of night
Leaves dying and falling
Trees ready to sleep



Yanny O.

Ice cream at the pool
Birds are chirping, bees buzzing
Honeybees, flowers.



Spring Feel
Sophia B.

Water on rivers
And birds chirping and tweeting
And gardens on grass.



“Writing poetry makes me feel like I can see myself, like I can see my reflection, but not in a mirror, in the world. I write and I know I can be reflected.”
-Oscar S.

“Writing poetry makes me feel free.”
-Buenda D.

“Writing poetry is like your best friend.”
-Jessica M.