Haiku – Seasonal Transformation!

New Zealand, Moss, Winter, Snow, Cold, Transition
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winter hibernates

frozen conversations thaw

heralds vibrant spring

 

In response to Carpe Diem , exploring beauty of haiku #1826 :Juxtaposition

A challenge to write a haiku in which we use juxtaposition.

Any time unlike things bump up against each other, you can describe it as a juxtaposition.

Juxtaposition of two contrasting items is often done deliberately in writing, music, or art — in order to highlight their differences.

 

Happy Holi!

A Nonet for Holi!

(Nonet (9 – 8 – 7 – 6 – 5 – 4 – 3 – 2 – 1) progression downward of syllables)

holi

The spring ushers in festive spirits

 vibrant blooms sway to the zephyr

tangerine, crimson or blue

a riot of colors

forgetting their woes

all come alive

rejoicing

varied

hues!

Wishing all my blogger friends a very Happy Holi ❤ !

 

Haiku – Character & Affection

In response to Colleen’s weekly poetry challenge #71 for the prompt words Character and Affection with the condition to use only their synonyms.

A haiku triplet this time 🙂

Valentines-Day-Gifts

Roses, gifts abound

celebrating love in style

happy valentines!

unnamed

Spring brings in the warmth

 sanguine spirit envelopes

vibrant blossoms smile!

mother-teresa-13

Her kind eyes showed hope

selfless devotion for all

universal saint!

 

Haiku – Dream & Dance

I have written two haiku’s for the prompt this week. Let me know which one you liked better.

sprg
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Spring weaves pure magic

the vibrant blooms dance with joy

dreamy paradise!

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lone
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Life’s dream in fragments

death plays a mysterious dance

the heartache follows!

 

In response to TJ’s Household Haiku challenge # 15 – Dream & Dance

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