Monday, March 25, 2013

Haru ta (Spring paddy fields)



green paradise
blooms outside my window
in lap of silence

in lap of silence
serene footprints reside
a smiling monk

a smiling monk
meditates with birds
green paradise


This Haiku is shared with Carpe Diem - Haru ta (Spring paddy fields).






42 comments:

  1. The photo and the lines written below are beautiful but i don't quite understand to which context does it point to, no offence.

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    1. Well I just tried to portray the serenity of paddy fields in spring ... hope you like it :-)

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    2. Well, I am new to your blog threfore,couldn't make out what your writing still is. The good thing i now I do and I love it. You've just found another admirer :)

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  2. wwwowww...the lines were awsum...!!
    beautiful picture..

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  3. I like the image of a monk meditating amidst this lush greenery.

    Fieldwork

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  4. A green paradise sounds nice right now - it snowed here again soday haha.

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  5. feelings of peace in this lovely set....the lush greenness you describe soothes....

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  6. it would be quite a field for meditating/ you give it that peace

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  7. The monk will enjoy the goodness of quiet natural landscape of greenery! Great cascades GS!

    Hank

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  8. Your cascades are always a joy to read

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  9. Lovely cascade... I like that monk

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  10. hi greenie your suite is wonderful. i like the repetition lends more
    meaning and sweet rhythm.

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  11. Love the picture & the haiku of course :D Where do you find these green paddy fields in the cities??

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    1. I don't find them anywhere :-( I just used the pic from net !!!

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  12. I love the tranquil serenity in this poem.

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  13. This is such a beautifully peaceful poem. I really enjoyed it.

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  14. Another lovely, peaceful cascade. Love the smiling monk! I swear I wrote this before seeing Bjorn's comment.

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  15. the picture is a treat to the eyes and your poetry music to the ears :)

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  16. Love `lap of silence'. Another beautiful set from a master.

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