I should preface this by admitting I know nothing about haikus except the general 5-7-5 syllable structure, and the link to the seasons. I've no idea if these would class as proper haikus in the traditional sense, but they are fun to write.
I remembered you
quiet, grass-stained 'neath bloomed trees
Sekou spat it hot
rhymes tripping from his tongue like
tap dancers on speed
light framed, sheer shimmering sphere
magic. Then it bursts.
A nuisance really;
anguish, longing; must be borne;
and he, unaware.
Tadpoles of rain swim
across the window; tattoo
light beat on tin roof.