Haikus of all 26 alphabets!

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A




Reminds me that a
Mountain that has ups and downs
Is what life is like


B
Two windows out look
My bright future but who
Will I end up being?


C
Life goes around in
Circles and cycles until
Death takes over it


D
A curve on a road
After a straight line which
Ends where it started


E
Three forks on a road
That lead to different paths
Which one should I take?


F
Two tall buildings that
Soar up to the light blue sky
Remember the twins


G
God comes to my mind
When I look at this letter
Complicated things


H
You have a wide world
But have to go through narrow
Paths to reach victory


I
One straight line stands for
Basic geometry and
Goes on forever


J
Young girl on a swing
Reminds me of my childhood
Filled with memories


K
Appears to be two
Triangles and trapezoid
Each missing a line


L
Window on a wall
Look at your future and past
Reach out for success


M
Zigzags form this letter
Two mountains leading up to
A valley or a pit


N
Two parallel lines
Cut by a transversal, Math
Drives everyone nuts


O
A hole in a tree
Made by a woodpecker so
Its child would be safe


P
A tunnel that goes
On infinitely with traps
And surprises along


Q
A stick that connects
Two wheels that are attached to
Carts pulled by white horses


R
Crooked slide children

Are first afraid to go on
But then just can’t stop


S
Slithery as snake
Crawling down the muddy ground
As evil as ever


T
Tap tap tap the water
From the rain hits the wet ground
Showering everybody


U
The ramp used by the
Famous, risky skateboarders
Doing their wild stunts


V
Stands for victory
In life and it is my goal
To get there someday


W
The ups and downs in
Daily life that help me show
My wrongs and my rights


X
Hate to see this mark
On big Math tests on which
I thought I did well


Y
Life-less twig lying
Around the leaf-less big tree
Looking magnificent


Z
“Last but not the least”
My favorite phrase that helps me
Get through many days





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