Monsoon – Haiku

This Challenge is hosted by Sangbad of www.thoughtsofwordsblog.com. for the Fortnight Friday Fables jointly with Sheetal Bharadwaj.

The rules are :

Write a haiku on Monsoon.

Now, remember Haiku is the easy part. The main challenge is:

 Writing shall not be in a conventional manner i.e. 5-7-5 or free-verse; it shall follow the following pattern–

i. 3-5-3

ii. 2-3-2

iii. 1-3-1

My haiku for the above challenge:

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ic: photoxia.com

Dark clouds melt

pearly droplets fall

green life thrives

 

Mystic

ecstasy

imbues

 

God’s

signature

tune!

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43 thoughts on “Monsoon – Haiku”

    1. Since you are aware of the syllable rule just follow it. For haiku it is 5-7-5. In the above verse the first line has only 3 syllables as all three words are only 1 syllable each.
      Wa- ter is 2, wa – shes is again 2 a- way is 2 and pain is 1. So total of 7 which is perfect!
      Again the last line has 6 syllables…..exceeding the permissible limit by 1.
      Hope this was helpful!

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