Haiku Triplet: Rain

A Triplet by another dear friend Vandana…

My Feelings My Freedom

This post follows the prompt and rules set by my dear friend Sangbad of Thoughts of Words for the Fortnight Friday Fables, a writing challenge co-hosted by him with another friend Sheetal Bhardwaj of The Glitters of Life. The rules, as in the words of Sangbad, are as follows:

This week I’ll like to have Haiku from you on the Monsoon.

Now, remember Haiku is the easy part. The main challenges are the

A. Writing shall not be in a conventional manner i.e. 5-7-5 or free-verse; it shall follow the following pattern–

i. 3-5-3

ii. 2-3-2

iii. 1-3-1

B. No Senryu i.e. no Human Emotional one Haiku only Nature one

Although, I do not like tweaking the syllable count and parameters of traditional Haiku, but as this challenge is being hosted by two of my friends, here’s my take at it:

summer rain

drizzles feed weather

moisten air


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