Together Into Unknown Waters


we found shelter
under the same canopy
rain, start of something

Together into unknown waters

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Writing a haiku after almost two months. This time, I stumbled upon Haiku event at Write Tribe. I never knew haiku ‘had’ to have a reference to seasons, or technically, the presence of a ‘kigo‘. Kigo is a word or phrase associated with a particular season. Β Those visiting from my entry at Write Tribe, if you love haiku, here is another Haiku portal for poets: Haiku HeightsΒ hosted by Leo. It is a lot of fun there too, and every April and November, we have a month long haiku challenge! Its good to be haiku-ing, writing and blogging again! Please do drop by and share your thoughts about the haiku.

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16 Comments

    1. Isn’t it? I think so too, our imaginations have uncovered only so much that we know there is a complete world, maybe a universe, still yet to be discovered. Thank you very much for visiting!

  1. Right. Without those elements, it’s just a 17-syllable poem, not a haiku, though I think we shouldn’t be too ‘conservative’. I don’t always follow the rule when writing haiku.

    1. Thats normal I guess. Yes, I too at times feel that trying to fit in all the rules in haiku takes away scope for greater imagination. But, nevertheless, I have time and again found myself writig better lines trying to fit into the syllable count, although I do prefer a more free form of haiku. Thank you for stopping by! Keep writing!

    1. Thank you! πŸ™‚ Yes, Been writing Haiku for more than a year, although not very frequently. I’ve participated in April Haiku Month at Haiku Heights along with a lot of other Haiku-ists. It was fun! I’d recommend that blog for anyone whose just getting into haiku!
      Thanks for visiting! πŸ™‚

  2. oh Sankara I love the picture. Honestly I read the haiku later πŸ˜› its such a well clicked one! and the haiku itself is so romantic. Brings back a lot of memories… πŸ˜› *wink wink*

    Richa

    1. Haha πŸ˜‰ Thank you very much, glad you could connect to the theme. I guess most of us would, rain always gives
      us wonderful moments, doesn’t it!

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