Thursday, March 21, 2013

Haru Higan (Spring Equinox)

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colors bloom
breaking snow shackles
spring now free

unbiased clock
day and night equal
birds find it easy

blushing eyes
kisses spring of hope
adorning equinox


This Haiku is shared with Carpe Diem - Haru Higan (Spring Equinox).





34 comments:

  1. As lovely as the Earths spring rebirth!

    Anna :o]

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  2. Beautiful - you have captured the spirit of rebirth brought about by the first day of spring. Love that the colors are free of snow! (I am waiting.)

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  3. Just imagine what our lives would be like if the clock were biased!

    Equinoctial Rains

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  4. beautiful trio..the theme was well captured. and loved that last one ^^

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  5. the first & the last one is the best..yar Really ur thoughts are as deep as the uncharted horizon :) GOD<3U

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    1. Haha :P I agree with Adhi on his second statement. :D

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  6. Thank goodness for that 'unbiased clock'! Beautiful set...:)

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  7. Lovely--for me, especially the first one!

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  8. Birds find it easy...love that line :)

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  9. lovely, all three of them.
    Your haiku always have deep meanings..wonderful..:)
    keep writing..:)

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  10. Quick Spring, run before that sneaky snow returns!

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  11. aloha Green Speck. i like that you are working toward fragment and phrase thinking in you haiku. cool.

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    1. Yeah just trying out new things ... thanks for visiting :-)

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  12. loved all three:) Spring is knocking on our doors... the cold winter has finally passed:)

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  13. I prefer biased clock... more sun more sun

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    1. Ha ha ... if only that was the case :D

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  14. ah i love the feel of spring in your words...and look forward to her kiss....

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