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

[5-7-5]


Palettes of Morning

Fire here gold hue there

scattered krishnachura radhachura add

color here and there

[Freeverse Haiku]


Shade

Squirrel leap

branch to another

one want shade

[3-5-3]


Clouds

Summer noon

see clouds in

northwest sky

[2-3-2]


Kalbaisakhi

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

[Monoku]


Solace

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! ☺

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    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. ❤️

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        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:
    fall
    autumn time
    red
    spring
    freshwater
    drink
    moon
    cast shadow
    black

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    1. Sangbad says:

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

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