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Welcome to the space where the magic of writing Haiku; Poems happens as the words born in my heart flow and quietly spill just like your smile does here in the NOW and I pick it and keep in my heart..
Friday, January 28, 2011
Hi Haiku for Haiku My Heart
Strong wind takes His dream away, unripened Fruit falls.. ***** I find my shadow Dancing ahead of me, oh, Light is left behind ****
Very serious and concentrated with some intense activity, seen in the Haiku's here!!ReplyDelete
You share wonderful inspirations with each word you choose. Have a wonderful week.ReplyDelete
It seems that you’re feeling very pensive right now. I wish you well.ReplyDelete
All the best, Boonie
Hope everything is fine with you!Low spirits and sad feelings won't suit you dost!
You spread enthusiasm and postive vibrations!
Cheer up!God Bless You!
You are in my prayers!
Wishing you a beautiful evening,
this has caused me to pause....very interesting movementReplyDelete
I'm feeling like I need to send you some good positive energy, and I will. I think this way from the comments, not the haiku. But your words do spell a little gloom, but perhaps the shadow is from the sunshine that is nearby.The wind brings an end to the storm. Hope all is well. Always a pleasure to stop here.ReplyDelete
good morning ramesh...ReplyDelete
i have to say i love these haiku deeply.
there is emotion and intimacy.
a brush with loss.
very thoughtful and full of insight..
thank you for such thought provoking haiku.
I too am taken by your deep words, sometimes the haiku is a place to simply be, not knowing what words will follow?
To be sure words will follow! We are all from the same source, we all feel and share the same needs!
This is a beautiful tribe of support, sometimes profound words and understanding, sometimes a little funny comment, but all sent for the purpose of love and up-building.
I thank you for the same, but am not sure which two posts on mood you were referring to?
Thank you Ramesh for your caring words,
Love Sue x
These are magnificent examples of haiku. The first one really lingers in my mind.ReplyDelete
Beautiful and wistful juxtaposition of light and shadow. Bravo!
I have seen that unripened fruit fall, and it always leaves me with a wistful feeling...ReplyDelete
Two Maidens Dancing