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As Raindrops Get Fewer

weary soul, yours,

friends none, but one, who?

‘ hope ‘, who else!

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Wet With Pearls

‘ hope ‘, who else,

can revive thee,

from ashes 

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Diyas

 from ashes,

riseth the phoenix, ‘ hope ‘,

she stands for 

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i felt, the irony of this set is that all 3 haiku can be read separately and also as sequential flow. hope.

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hope ‘, my life would be nothing without it. Hope is one fuel i am running my life on. machine.

Phoenix ‘ has a special place in my heart as i always try to gain strength from the weighted fact that one can never rise up again, unless he has hope, no matter what. I relate it to the mythical Phoenix bird. And the catalogue of my photography, drawings and digital art pieces is called “Phoenix ARTS” 🙂
Special.

And yes, the first line has 4 syllables and doesn’t follow the 3-5-3 structure. I seriously wanted to put the word ‘ your ‘ 😀 🙂

Suggestions and corrections are most welcome, I’m still learning Haiku. :)

This post is an entry in Haiku Challenge for April 2012 at Haiku Heights. The prompt being “hope”.

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