Monday, July 7, 2014

A Party at Night: Haiku Story



Written for 
Haiku Horizon
Prompt: Party



A Helpless  Moon



A sad moon reflects
as the pool-side vibrates;
a party at night

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Ah, empty glasses 
and likewise souls strewn around;
a party at night

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She sleeps on the chair
and the door bell doesn't ring;
a party at night

**

Morning arrives;
mirror fails to remember
a party at night

**

he opens his eyes
no noise from her kitchen;
a party at night

**

A happier she;
fresh flowers bloomed after
a party that night.



RS:)



21 comments:

  1. and I loved the happy end to the party rather a beginning to a celebration.

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  2. Four different Haikus which describes what happens when one drinks to much at a party. Interesting.

    BTW - your first Haiku here runs 5 - 6 - 5

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    1. It's OK.. anything less than 17 is fine.. Robin.. as I know it..

      Thanks for pointing out . it only proves your passion for haiku..

      RS

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  3. As usual, a wonderful display of lovely! Hibernationnow.wordpress.com Laurie

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  4. I really enjoyed your party. Thanks for inviting me to attend.

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  5. Really good. I enjoyed them... a lot of thought and meaning. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Empty glasses and souls strewn around -- haunting . :)

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  7. Quite the party! Glad there was a happy ending!

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  8. This is really lovely compilation..
    As always, I enjoyed HER!

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  9. I started writing Haiku after reading you two years ago ... you are always an inspiration Sir :-)

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  10. Loved the progression you took us on from the lively beginning to the end of the party. ♥

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  11. I know there is a hidden meaning in this.....but it eluded me:)

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  12. Ramesh, I did know you were a "party animal" (as we say in the USA . . . )!

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  13. Nice poems...a lot hinges on that party at night:)- Must have been a good one.

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  14. all are lovely but I loved the moon one :)

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