There Is No Planet B – Earth Day Haiku Winner!

Thank you everyone for submitting fabulous Earth Day haikus! We were blown away by the creativity and inspiration that you showed in just 17 syllables!

Congratulations to Trixie B. for submitting the winning haiku:

Take care of the earth.
Why? There is no Planet B.
Let’s start while we can.

Trixie B., please send your mailing address to so we can send you your prize.

If you haven’t had a chance, be sure to peruse through the great Earth Day haikus. Here are a couple more that receive our honorable mention:

the green Earth rocks me
in my land-and-sea cradle
she sings in bird song

- Susan Partridge

Blue green mother cries
telling her children to hear
her wisdom, give back her love.

- G Douglas Clarke

Step lightly on Earth.
Mankind’s only hope, our home.
Respect, cherish her.

- Monica K.

Blue marble in space
spinning its face to the sun

- Ro A.

Thank you everyone who participated in this year’s Earth Day and Poetry Appreciation Month!

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Bethany M.
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Dave C.
Dave C.2 years ago

these are really cool....why doesn't care2 run this every year.

Cynthia Blais
cynthia B.2 years ago

All are very cool thx for sharing heartfelt words of inspiration and purpose

Nils Anders Lunde


Sonali Ghosh
Sonali G.2 years ago


Shanti S.
S S.2 years ago

Thank you.

Ben Oscarsito
Ben Oscarsito2 years ago

Mother Earth is crying;
-Won't someone help me please...
Can't You see I'm dying
from this dreadful disease!

Jerry t.
Jerold t.3 years ago

High Cool.

Frank Friedrich Kling

Awesome and inspiring!