Sunday, July 13, 2014

Haiku for Carpe Diem

http://chevrefeuillescarpediem.blogspot.in/




Light a Candle!

Though may have size small,
A candle propels deep dark
And wipes gloom for glee.
  
 Wicks smile, mighty dark
 Flees beyond walls and hides.  
 Brightness glow for all.

The candle of love
Divinely clasps the gloomy.
Breeze of bliss blows.


Seedless Bloom!

Seedless bloom envies
Seedy flowers  sneeringly.
Seeds stand very proud.

Seed, the son of bloom
Absorbs mother’s radiance
Poor one fades and fall.

Spring springs up; bloom and
Awake, plants in high gusto.
In cute hues nature.


These haiku are in response to two prompts linked together'Use that Quote' and 'Spring'. I don't know whether the theme is high lighted or not.  




22 comments:

  1. You were on a roll with this quote by Buddha

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    1. Might be! Buddha is there in my soul, though I am not a Buddhist.Thank you.

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    2. You don''t need to be a Buddhist to feel his strong spiritual power ... I am not a Buddhist, but I know he and several other saints have influenced my life.

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    3. True,the Buddha owns some supreme power that pulls us.

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  2. Every time I read your blog, is carpe diem for me. That is the truth.

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    1. O! That is a compliment for me.Thank you,SG.

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  3. Zen master the idea of "carpe diem"

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    1. Yes Anil, somehow I have some fascination for that. Always a cool serenity we can observe on His face.

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  4. One comment which I clicked 'publish' is not found here.The name also I don't remember as it was new to me. I don't know what happened to it.I thank that person.

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  5. Thank you for your visit. Seeds can be light, when they find the right combination of elements and bloom making us smile.

    As for disappearing comments...check your spam folder.
    Also some folks like me review all comments - so that when you post a comment to my site you will not see it right away.

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  6. beautifully penned
    poor one fades and fall

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  7. Very interesting compilation.
    Enjoyed!

    BTW...
    I have nominated you for an award. Congrats!!
    Here is the link to my post:
    http://locomente.blogspot.com/2014/07/awards-time.html

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  8. a single candle and a single seed both seem insignificant yet they have the potential to light lives and nurture a tree that act as lifelines... Wonderful thoughts Sarala :)

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