Haikus About Camping and Hiking

April 17, 2023 224 view(s)

Haikus About Camping and Hiking

April 17th is International Haiku Day. A Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry that is made up of seventeen syllables over only three lines. The first line has 5 syllables, the second has 7 syllables, and the third has 5. To celebrate International Haiku Day, we asked our employees to write their own haikus about camping and hiking!

Dirt beneath my feet


Is there anything better


Sun warming my skin

staring at the stars


sitting by the warm campfire


what can be better


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setting up the tent


pause to look around the camp


the views are stunning

Photo by Emily Trombly

Let us Hike today


But First, got to get the Gear


My feet walk and walk

Camping is so fun


I love s’mores and stargazing


When is my next trip?


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I love to go hike


Food tastes better with a view


Way up on a peak

Photo by Emily Trombly

Peaks and trails abound


Peregrine values great gear


Happiness for all

The Mountain high


Open eyes, feet in movement


The beauty surrounds

Photo by Emily Trombly
Photo by Nikki Smith

Backpack to lost wilds

Demolish electronics

Hear nature and self.


- - -


Cozy tent. Warm bag.

Wilderness night calms spirit.

Remember always.

- - -

Sweaty, hungry, beat.

Boil the water.  Make the camp.

Eat.  Sleep and dream peace. 

- - - 

Meet a crazy moose.

Drop pack, run into bushes.

Stink worse than moose cow!

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