Daily Prompts, Poem-Florilegium

Florilegium: Half a Dozen of Haiku



overthought from the

broken love reason 

lost in translate verse


our time had gone or

not do not know story of ours

cannot be translate 


the spring breeze trying

to translate silence of young

now old hearts after years


lost in translate long

he look for another kite

reason for the lost


words missing thoughts lost

spring breeze failed to translate the

love the heart need most


night turn day, ache turn

satisfaction translate got

reenact for new love

Daily Prompt: Translate

From Poet’s Desk:

The Haiku #4 is dedicated to Mick E Talbot, a dear Blogger Friend, who is struggling with a Haiku for kite


12 thoughts on “Florilegium: Half a Dozen of Haiku

  1. my kite it found love
    exaltations from afar
    joined it on the ground

    my thanks Sangbad
    poet inspired poet
    kite flew on your thoughts

    the dedication
    honoured and humbled i am

    Thank you,
    My favourite, #5 ☺


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