Sunday, November 7, 2010

Monument, Building, Landmark Haikus

Haikus..Written for Poetry Potluck at Jingle Poetry

Monument

Taj, the monument
Of love, loves Moon; shines
Under moon light


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Building

A high-rise building
Stands tall, bows to Man's
Height of intellect...



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Landmark

On Moon's surface
Man's land-mark achievement
Foot-print to follow..


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16 comments:

  1. You have an interesting approach to your topics. Thanks for sharing.

    All the best, Boonie

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  2. three stunning Haikus,
    each highlights a theme, what a breath taking creation, my dear poet.
    you tickle me with your dedication and soaring talent here.
    cheers.

    http://thursdaypoetsrallypoetry.wordpress.com/2010/11/08/my-sister-lives-too-far-away/

    here is one of my entries,
    a poetry award 4 you and thank you for your support on week 9 potluck fun.
    Enjoy!
    xxx

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  3. wonderful haikus, kudos! Much said in so few words . Taj Mahal my favourite.

    Cheers

    Luke @ WordSalad

    (mine are here -
    http://wp.me/pTeVg-cx
    http://wp.me/pTeVg-cP

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  4. Pyaara Dost,
    Good Evening!
    wah! Taj!
    The moonlit night and love........
    Beautiful.........
    All the three haikus are lovely.
    Wishing you a lovely night,
    Sasneham,
    Anu

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  5. Three beautiful haiku's written well

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  6. I love your perspective, so well done;)

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  7. Loved the first and last ones. You have used the haikus perfectly to describe yet also 'hide' something about these places.

    http://jessicasjapes.wordpress.com/2010/11/08/my-fortress/

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  8. I feel your eyes in these haiku. Nicely done.

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  9. I really love the thought behind your Haiku, so peaceful "Foot print to follow" very prophetic!

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  10. You covered it all, brilliantly..thanks!!

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  11. I love your interplay between man and building, moon and building, then man and moon. You handle great achievements with such humble grace and simplicity. Nice Haiku!

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  12. Wonderful Haiku one and all. Well done my friend.


    Melanie

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  13. A good string of thoughts. Effective words.I loved it.

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  14. Beautiful haiku - separately or together. Lovely!

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