Friday, August 3, 2012

Haiku for Haiku My Heart.

Written for Haiku My Heart

Wind Choose Their Meaning..

a chain of independent haiku

Sun plays hide and seek;
confused sunflowers gleam with
splattered raindrops..

Splattered raindrops
bring a  story from the clouds;
melted words vanish

Melted words vanish
yet winds choose their meaning;
Sun plays hide and seek



  1. The middle one grabbed me today. The idea of the rain bringing a story from the clouds. Very cool thought, wonderful overall as usual for our Friday Haiku gathering.

    Much Peace

  2. Thank you, Ramesh. What I enjoyed most besides the beautiful imagery is the haiku's continuum. Each sign of nature connects and each will tie together forever. I love it! Bless you talents always.

    Kindest regards,
    your friend Nimu

  3. visiting here is like standing in a field of sunflowers all tossing their beauty so generously, just like you!

  4. Superb Ramesh Ji, To praise something, we describe it with beautiful words. But how can I praise your skill which is already woven with such enlightening words. Kudos

    Bhaskara Patnaik

  5. Confused sunflowers splattered with rain -- beautiful description of just the sort of sunshower weather we are having in my region!

  6. Where did those words go? They whirl in the spirals of your sunflower seeds, and in the spaces between your lovely haiku! Thank you Ramesh!

  7. Ah, those poor sunflowers! May their confusion be turned to comprehension!


  8. Another exquisite triplet haiku. You are the best of the best.

  9. 'wind choose their meaning'... I love that line!

  10. Melted words may vanish, but some words (cruel ones, for example)stick in the soul like barbs that can't be dislodged.

    Everywhere the Stars