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5 Haiku Poems about the Baha'i Faith

A selection of 5 Haiku poems about Baha'u'llah and the Baha'i Faith.

Haiku Poem Baha'i Faith

Unity's embrace,

Baha'u'llah's guiding light,

World's heart beats as one.


Love's boundless ocean,

Baha'i teachings inspire,

Harmony prevails.


Seek truth, find purpose,

Baha'i Faith's guiding path,

Soul's journey unfolds.


Equality's call,

Baha'i principles unite,

Justice for all souls.


Baha'u'llah's voice,

Echoes of peace and unity,

Hope for humanity.

What is a Haiku Poem?

A haiku is a form of traditional Japanese poetry that consists of three lines. The structure of a haiku is quite specific: the first and third lines contain five syllables each, while the second line contains seven. This 5-7-5 syllable pattern is one of the most recognizable features of a haiku. Haikus often focus on nature or seasons, capturing a moment, feeling, or natural phenomenon in a few brief words. They are known for their simplicity and depth, using vivid imagery to evoke emotions and contemplation.

The Baha'i Faith is a monotheistic religion that emerged in the 19th century in Persia, now known as Iran. It was founded by Baha'u'llah, who is considered by Baha'is as the latest in a line of messengers from God, including Abraham, Moses, Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad. The central theme of Baha'i teaching is the unity of all people and religions. Baha'is believe in the equality of all individuals, regardless of race or gender, and advocate for universal education, world peace, and global cooperation. They also have a unique administrative structure without clergy, where decisions are made by elected councils at the local, national, and international levels. Learn more on What is the Baha'i Faith >



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