These haikus were written based on a few photos posted on the National Geographic website, taken from the following link: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/travel/countries/your-architecture-photos/
Spiral Staircase, by Mira Matar:
The mind spirals down the swirling staircase searching for its quick escape
A Spiral of Stairs, by Nireka Dhameja:
A spiral of stairs
A maze indeed, am I lost
Or simply been found?
The Staircase to Nowhere, by Melissa Mazman:
Do not look too long,
It will pull you into the,
Depths of a secret.
One twenty million,
Come to cherish the beauty,
Of a land so holy.
The Bridge, by Melissa Mazman:
Two becomes one,
Serenity filling the air,
Under one grand roof.
Peaceful are the skies when the clouds birth wind, and the orange sky turns purple.
Gardens by the Bay, by Joyce Mansour:
Colored tresses light up their branches illuminating against the night sky.
The Man-Made Flowers, by Melissa Mazman:
The man-made flowers,
Rose from the depths of the earth,
Blooming in the sky.
Burj Khalifa, by Mira Matar:
The hazy fog hugs the splendid landscape in the city of lights
Tower in the Clouds, by Danya El-Malik:
Sneering at the slighted sky
So where will it rise
The Golden Burj, by Melissa Mazman
The gold building pierced,
With power and elegance,
The clouds that were adrift.
Woods Around a Cabin, by Danya El Malik
The oak’s incisors
Engulf her frail frame. With her
Light gone, oak remains