The ones you composed are more likely senryū rather than haiku, not only because of the lack of kireji other than kigo, which Majestic-san already mentioned, but also because of the contents of the poems.Apparently this is about the US election results -- Trump riding the white wave (people) past the rainbow (the coalition of other people), and becoming hair god. The second haiku is about the supposed wall (certain states) that Trump must win. Since he essentially won every one of those states, the wall is more like a rainbow. So that's the context here.
Does 川柳 encompasses all such moraic-constrained poems which differ thematically from 俳句, or only specific thematically deviations, e.g. the cynical ones?