Saturday, April 27, 2013

Haiku Waterfalls!


Waterfalls!

Water falls merrily on
Cliffs and they smile of goose bumps.
Silently flow  burns.
  

Drizzly weather, falling water
Arouse poesy in poetic mind.
Words flow into lines.

Water drizzles, sprinkles in glee.
Waterfalls bathing rocks and ground
Pulls yokels in attraction.

sarala.

For Haiku Heights.


18 comments:

  1. Good attempt. umm may be a bit more simpler, perhaps?

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    1. Thank you,anil. Ain't I using simpler words?

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  2. Amazing, Awesome
    Reminding Niagara
    Very Romantic.

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  3. I have a question. I thought haiku poems follow the 5-7-5 syllables rule. The above poem does not. Am I making a mistake somewhere?

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  4. I think I have almost checked the syllables.If one or two are mistaken means my ignorance. Poesy and poetic have two syllables each..

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  5. It's good to read you poetry here.

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  6. May be not. I read them a third time or so and it seems ok. But yet I guess polishing after writing will get more subtle words.

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    1. Thank you.I'll try.But syllable restriction makes me skip articles,interjections,conjunctions sometimes. And I feel that this much extent only my potential will carry me.Pl.visit my stories too.

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  7. Arouse poesy in poetic mind.
    Words flow into lines.
    You have done it again, lovely!

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  8. I could imagine the waterfalls :)

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