Saturday, February 21, 2015

The White Sun

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amidst the blue sky
the white sun seeking its glow
vacant horizon

vacant horizon
child lost his yellow crayon
a new sun rises


This Haiku is shared with Carpe Diem Time Machine #4 -Yellow.



28 comments:

  1. Oh Amrit!! This reminds me of when my kids break or lose a crayon and then I have to replace it with a new one! What a wonderful set of haiku!

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  2. A white sun can shove itself in being neutral. Wonderful cascades Amrit!

    Hank

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  3. White sun in a blue sky is a fabulous picture. The children are very inventive and make do with whatever they have and the results are amazing.

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  4. Oh, what an interesting set of haiku! I love it --- the sun as seeker. :D

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  5. What a bright haiku...i would keep the sun white..it is so clear..but then the joy of colouring a sun with a yellow crayon can't be beaten either!

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    1. We all love colouring it that way :-)

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  6. i think i like the second once the most...such a strong turn in it....the losing of the crayon...
    and yet the sun still rises on a new day

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  7. Your poem made me think of the sun of winter when it is so hard for it to glow and find its way among the overpowering gray clouds. Very evocative words!

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  8. Beautiful. Nice that the sun rises again. Often, we must use our yellow crayon to color it in.

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  9. Very evocative....,very good writing.

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  10. Very nice Amrit ... I had to adjust to this set before I quit understood it ... but than I saw "the light"... great haiku set. Chapeau!

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  11. Like the reference to the child's drawing. There is a world is those drawings ....Clever !

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