Friday, May 17, 2013

One Last Time


this night of spring
whistles past my window
one last time

one last time
I dance to the rhythm
of musical spring

alas, one last time
I wish you would return
your smile blooms my life


This Haiku is shared with Carpe Diem - Kyoshi Takahama's 'the night of Spring'.





22 comments:

  1. Spring comes and goes so fast. As do all of the seasons except winter it seems :-)

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  2. Unfortunately, everything is temporary and passing. Even spring.

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  3. Spring runs towards it's end and than Summer will be there, everything of Spring seen, smelled and so on for the last time, but next year it will return.

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  4. Lovely set of haiku... spring is just fluttering past.

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  5. Beautiful haiku ... a springtime gift for all of us.

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  6. guest post,guest post,guest post...

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  7. ... I admit, I will never understand haiku, but how people can comment on a particular set of haiku poems as "a lovely set of haiku" ... is beyond me ... so ... I love your WORDS or I don't ... and mostly I do ... so much, Mr.G ... so much ... does that qualify as a positive comment,I wonder? ... Meow ... Love, cat.

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    1. Haiku is just another expression, what matters is the word, and I am glad you love my words ... thanks a lot my dear friend :-)

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  8. Oh how soon time flies,one moment we are longing for spring and within a few more days we are yearning for it to last one more day... Beautifully composed GS:)

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  9. Spring symbolizes new life. Hopefully your wishes will be fulfilled.
    Nice read. :)

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  10. Beautiful poem; love the use of 'blooms' here.

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