The earlier poems are in the page above.
For SENSATIONAL HAIKU WEDNESDAYS @ http://youknowthatblog.com the theme this week is “Transition”
For Monday Morning Writing Prompt @ http://liv2write2day.wordpress.com the theme this week is “Grieving”:
it struck all of a sudden
it came out of nowhere
snatched away that sunshine
that sweetest ball of hair.
I believe the fault was mine
I forgot you were bound to go
your time will come before mine
you will have to leave me and go.
oh how I was afraid to see
places where you snuggled up
those blank places used to bite me
I thought that gap wont fill up.
I could feel you snuggle up against me
in the dark of night, in my bed
so many times you haunted me
I just could not wipe you out of my head.
its been a decade since you are gone
somehow my heart says to me
tonight you will not be gone
you will be in my dreams for me.
For Poetry Potluck @ http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com the theme this week is “Rules and regulations”
wild wind blows free
wild wind gushes
wild and free happily
don’t try to stop
let her blow freely.
she does not exists
in confinement of walls
her very being resists
Suffocation of boundary walls.
let her dance all around us
spread her spontaneous vivacity
across the ocean and nations
across the villages and city.
let her dance with the trees
let her waltz with mountain high
swirl and tug the veil of waterfalls
tease the daisies and roses shy.
For haiku heights
tabooed love, lovely eyes
temptation too strong to shun
heart sways towards sin
Today’s post is for good, old Thursday Rally for poets held at Jingle’s @ http://thursdaypoetsrallypoetry.wordpress.com/
under the moon silver (first rondeau)
under the moon silver we wait
for our mate who is too late
the crow starts to stir in its sleep
the soft dew drops as heaven weep
we start to lose patience in wait
oh why is he so much late!
how much longer shall we wait!
the crease on your brow gets deep
under the moon.
ah the ebony turns to slate
no more are we going to wait
let him pay for his careless sleep
let him complain and let him weep
let him groan and let him too wait
under the moon!