Friday, July 29, 2011

Earth Collects Diamonds..

Friday's Haikus... for Rebecca's Haiku My Heart..

Moon is feeling sad
Can’t see Earth; ah, he wants clouds
To be transparent


Ah, transparent clouds,
Raindrops shine in moonlight; Earth
Collects diamonds..


How good it’s to be
Transparent; yes, why to hide
One's inner treasures..

By: RS   : )


  1. That is so beautifully written Ramesh... very spiritual indeed. =)

  2. Looks like it is raining where you are RS!!.....

    .....and the second haiku transported me to Opera House in Mumbai after the terrible tragedy that struck there!!

    So true transparency is free of deceit!!

  3. Beautiful! Diamonds and raindrops, I wish! :D :D

  4. You fill my heart with beautiful words and images today! I remember being in India in the monsoon season (way back in 1987) You brought some fabulous memories back Ramesh! Enjoy the weekend!

  5. I always love how your haikus follow your train of thought one to the other. Misty here today so I can imagine your world--and mine--through your words.

  6. Really how easy life would be if we could be transparent....if all could be transparent... there would be no expectations that can be failed..... only confidence

    How beautifully you have thought


  7. So true, Ramesh. Transparency is a real gift, a diamond in the rough, if you will and moonlight shining on the inner treasures of such a guileless soul can be nothing but beautiful. Even the moon wants to know the earth's innermost thoughts. Lovely haikus, Ramesh!

  8. ramesh...such shimmering beauty.
    just the lovely on its own. oh but you lead us by the hand far beyond, your haiku more precious then diamonds.

  9. I can read this over and lovely ~Earth collecting diamonds~ beautiful

  10. You use these triplets of haikus brilliantly. They work so well together, yet each one is a great poem.

    "The earth collects diamonds" is a great line and a great title.

  11. You have such a beautiful soul, Ramesh. We hide behind our masks while there is something glimmering inside to share... I like how your haiku build; the triad is a great idea.