Summer Musings (Haiku)


Haiku have many forms of writing. Tried few of them. Let me know your comments.

A May Morning

Morning breeze throb spring 

memory cuckoo singing

from neighbor neem branch


Palettes of Morning

Fire here gold hue there

scattered krishnachura radhachura add

color here and there

[Freeverse Haiku]


Squirrel leap

branch to another

one want shade



Summer noon

see clouds in

northwest sky



baisakh eve often make fool of noon, save the cold, kalbaisakhi hurl



Rain lead by storm a pleasant moment, satisfaction link with solace

[American Sentence]

RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Challenge #147: Leap & Throb

Colleen’s Weekly Tanka Challenge #32: Lead & Save

Weekly Tanka Prompt Challenge #43: Summer & Color

For TJ’s Household Haiku (04/30/2017):  Spring & Cold

Haiku Horizons #167: Link

15 Comments Add yours

  1. Again I’m proud of you! ☺


    1. Sangbad says:


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  2. You have outdone yourself! What fun to try all the different forms of Haiku. Which is your favorite? Well done! ❤

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    1. Sangbad says:

      Though I missed one as Mick pointed out…regarding my favorite I like them all…but I will always prefer the traditional one 5-7-5…today I tried another American Sentence…

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      1. I like that you experiment. It opens up different areas of the creative brain. ❤️


        1. Sangbad says:

          Thanks Colleen for your kind appreciation…I agree with you regarding opens up…

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  3. micketalbot says:

    All brilliant!
    You missed one [1-3-1]
    A few examples:
    autumn time
    cast shadow


    1. Sangbad says:

      I didn’t know of this…thanks for sharing…will try next time

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