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Friday, February 18, 2011
Stars' Murmur Stops
Happy Haikus for Haiku My Heart..
Stars' murmur stops Moon waves goodbye to night East wears orange
Laughing flowers, Whistling breeeze,fluttering wings, Ah, morning’s love song.. *****
~east wears orange~ I love this imagery of a wild sunset, followed by a moonwave!ReplyDelete
As I write this today, it's taht time. The night has faded into daytime and the orange is in the East. It's like you were here to write it. Very nice.ReplyDelete
your salutations to a new dawn,
thank you for your beauty offered so generously to us all.
Beautiful imagery created and would love to see such sights everyday!! Wonderful Haiku's!!ReplyDelete
I saw a fence in Zapopan, Jalisco, Mexico wearing oranges (some prankster had stuck them on the pointed ends of the metal fence), but somehow I don't think that's what you had in mind! :-) (I do like the image of the east wearing orange.)ReplyDelete
Haiku My Heart, O Sentinel
That line has struck a cord with many today - the East's fancy dress is so poetic, Ramesh !ReplyDelete
Thank you for this delight.
How lovely that you give such sweet and human qualities to the firmament. The stars murmuring, the moon waving and the east donning the latest fashion. And why not? After all, it is a grand and beautiful ballet up there in the heavens is it not? I love your second haiku as well. It is such a lovely tribute to the best part of the day.
What a beautiful description I must sayReplyDelete
the beauty of night and dawn spoken so beautifully in the 'kuz....ReplyDelete
Hi Ramesh~ I absolutely love your haiku. They turn some of our usual concepts on their heads: the moon bidding night goodbye and not the sun; east wearing orange and not the west which sets the sun in orange; however, diving into such a delightful morning makes perfect sense and me glad. Thank you!ReplyDelete
A fading moon at sunrise.ReplyDelete