Sunday, September 25, 2011

Haikus (4 Poets Rally Week 52)


A handful stars fall
On the Berlin wall, making
Rocks fly to the sky.
.
Falling into Fall
Season all of a sudden,
I fly to Heaven.
.
All of a sudden,
Fall falls with its arms open,
What festive event.
.
Losing her mother,
She boards on a train, letting
wheels ground her sorrows.
.
Poets Rally for fun,
Talents stand out and shine,
Divine treasure hunt.

~~~~~
                                                                                          

25 comments:

Grace said...

Very lovely haiku set.. like the Fall season event.. and letting the wheels ground her sorrow ~

Happy day ~

Hazel said...

Can't decide which one is my fave. I had so much fun reading all. I love the one about fall, and the Berlin Wall invokes a favorite song to play on the piano -- "see the fire in the sky, we feel the beating of our hearts together..." A powerful haiku. Thanks for dropping by my nook. I appreciate it.

Umamaheswari said...

I enjoyed all of them..nice

Saras said...

Beautiful set of Haiku's each excelling the other.

dsnake1 said...

anything about the berlin wall makes me go into a tizzy. :)

Judith Westerfield said...

"letting
wheels ground her sorrows."

perfect!

Nanka said...

Liked the wheels grinding sorrows one!! Nice haiku and lovely thoughts!! But do i see a rhyme pattern here :) Who cares you are passionate about writing and poems and you have thought well!! :)

Mama Zen said...

Great haiku set!

kaykuala said...

Graceful rendering of haiku. Love them all!

Hank

knot2share said...

I read it as Wheels grinding and not grounding......but both works here I guess. Nice work!

andy sewina said...

I like the third one best!

Interesting set!

coffee1cream said...

Very good.

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saya said...

Very well written. Amazing talent:)

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Andy said...

Hello.
Everything you pen has a sweetness to it.
All a pleasure to read.

Thanks for sharing & for the visit too.

Your Song Of Love

ectorward said...

Sometimes haiku is dry for me, but yours are rich. Enjoyable! Loved the idea of a grouping.

SandyCarlson said...

A very lovely sequence. This is a wonderful time of year.

Paul said...

Like the loss and train motif, its a well written haiku with strong emotional impact

Marbles in My Pocket said...

Love this. Nicely done!
http://charleslmashburn.wordpress.com/2011/09/25/one-she-beckons-me-come-2/

dhitzunako said...

All is lovely. But, I personally love the first one. The flow is just beautiful!

Happy rally. :)

Leonora Sophie said...

...and we have just fallen into fall...

Lovely set of hajjis!

anjum artwriter said...

lovely set of haikus, a difficult style to write in but heres -great artistic work.

Aynsley said...

Wow!
Amazing poetry from the past.

chromapoesy.com said...

Lovely, my favorite was the haiku with the train, thank you.

abthomas said...

Fantastic assortment!

Isadora said...

Well doen .. very nice read. I nice way of expressing sorrow.
Namaste,
Iaadora