As you can see, I do not like the presentation in three separate lines, I feel the structure should be evident from the poem - which has made me very reluctant to share my flawed attempts - and I prefer to stick to certain traditional forms
But anyway, here goes nothing:
A pile of timber, or a living monument to eternity?
Above the Rhine
Misty, viny slopes rolling voluptuously; I can almost reach.
Candyfloss floats: it's lighter than the colours of a spring sunrise.
Duck on a bus-stop: is nature's time-table screwed up too?
However, in trying to apply myself more and more to the art, I've found that I'm much more in my element in a category called senryu: (darkly) humorous poems with the same structure as haiku, but concentrating more on human nature rather than just nature. I don't know if there's a name for :
Without sunglasses, looking out of train windows is such a headache.
Important advice to those with long toenails: don't cut to the quick.
There will be a day when plantar fasciitis is eradicated.
Here's a quick diversion into a different structure (5-3-5 instead of 5-7-5):
World hunger must end! Honestly, I didn't eat that much...
And finally one for the internet age. For clarity's sake this one is presented over three lines, internet-speak has rather weak grammar...:
For the win!