Written for Rebecca's Haiku My Heart..
A Joyous Gift
sits on my shoulder;
and I just let it;
ah, my eyes follow
my thoughts quietly form
joyous gift of a
sits on my shoulder;
Lovely symmetry to these.ReplyDelete
Such a wonderful progression of beauty in words and imagery!! This is a wonderful way to start my day! CathyReplyDelete
i will look for butterflies today Ramesh... thanks for these wonderful haiku again!ReplyDelete
'Butterflies are free' lovely cascading haiku ~ rich with nature ~~ thanks, namaste, ^_^ReplyDelete
Keep that rose wondering! Delightful!ReplyDelete
Too Early for Crows
one full circle of beauty with your creative inspired mind!ReplyDelete
reads like a beautiful song.....thank you for sharing with us:)ReplyDelete
Ramesh, I always love coming by and reading your cascading haiku. This one was particularly beautiful and playful :)ReplyDelete
How beautiful is your butterfly play today !!!ReplyDelete
Thanks you for your joy !
A beautiful gift to the incredible Rebecca!ReplyDelete
A single butterfly can bring you so many thoughts, huh? ;) Good to know RS, and a wonderful cascade.ReplyDelete
Aaaaah wonderful! This is such a great gift... and it's endless... reading it all over again and again hehe :)ReplyDelete
Have a beautiful weekend.
Always very touching Haiku here. Is this a "round", as it returns to itself. I like it a lot.ReplyDelete
Delightful, playful rhythmic cycle of haikus that catch the breath. I especially like 'rose wonders.'ReplyDelete
wonderful work, the perfect words for summer here...ReplyDelete
Absolutely exquisite. I see the syllables are 3-5-3. Is this a different form of haiku? If so, what is it called. Regardless, I feel such great peace reading this.ReplyDelete
This must be the place.ReplyDelete
The linking structure is interesting, and I think you have largely accomplished what you set out to do. Haiku doesn't usually resort to personification and otherwise figurative language as often as you do here. Happiness is not actually something your eyes can follow, is it? Rather, your eyes see something – a person, a place a thing, etc. – and that makes you happy. And how would I know that a rose is wondering, even if I believe a rose can wonder? But these comments have, I think, little to do with your intention, and, as I've said, I think you have carried out your intention.