Thursday, 20 July 2017

Water's faith - Haiku

falling again
hoping to rise above
water's faith

©Nimi Arora

Waterfall (Image Source)

(I have been told that many a time my haikus don't make sense. 
So I will try to explain them when possible. 
And I would love feedback too. Are they really so difficult to unravel?

As for this one, I started to write about a waterfall. Thought of writing a haiku about a hiker and a waterfall. I did write that one but will share it another day.

I liked the thought of water having faith in its' destiny and being happy with falling, hoping that it will finally rise up and meet the creator. Water does rise - evaporate, but it is a cycle. Is it possible to break this cycle?

Is there some water that found safe haven and got a break from the difficult pattern?)


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1 comment:

  1. I don't think your haiku are difficult to unravel, your haiku are a challenge to read that's true, but it gives me, as the reader. a lot to do myself and that's what I like about haiku. It's not only the poet, but also his/her reader ... I like to call that a symbiosis of poetry.
    This haiku is really a beauty and I think it's a nice one in which you challenge the reader ... and there is that deeper meaning ... the circle of life, can it be broken? Well as a Christian I know it's possible to break the circle of life as we have seen as the Lord arose from His grave.

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