Hills to Oceans

— Headwaters

snow filled mountain caps
memories melt on warm days
nearby lake collects

— River Channel

pathway forms on green globe
memories taken away
voyage from heaven

— Waterfall

treading over rocks
water splatters with loud roars
embracing valley

— Oxbow Lake

desolated pond
exhausted relationship
river meets new friends

— Riverside Reflections

wind casts magic spell
rustle tunes and ripples dance
touch without touching

— River Mouth

fresh legacy forsaken
demarcating unseen boundary
signs merger with salt

— Journey of a River

bids adieu to lake
runs far flourishing drylands
meets sea and finds peace

This post is written in response to the ‘Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt by Ronovan. The challenge words for the week are Meet and Part.

To know more about how to write a haiku or the prompt guidelines, visit his blog.

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33 Comments Add yours

  1. judeitakali says:

    So tranquil and beautifully composed

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    1. Anisha says:

      Thanks for the compliment, Jude! ☺

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  2. Nima Mohan says:

    ANISHA…I was reading this aloud and what to say !!
    Loved every single take ❤ In awe actually ❤ ❤ ❤

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    1. Anisha says:

      That’s exciting. It’s been years I’ve read something aloud. I’m over the moon that you did it with my writing! 🤗❤

      Thank you very much for the appreciation, Nima! ❤

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      1. Nima Mohan says:

        I really loved those Anisha… and I showed my husband too.. I was like ” look at this girl writing these many beautiful Haikus on 2 words .. how talented “…

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        1. Anisha says:

          Thanks a lot! I’m falling short of words. You can imagine me with a wide glee now. 😁

          As you’ve worked hard on improving your writing skills, I let you know this, Nima. The plural form of haiku is also haiku. There are few instances where they use ‘haikus’, but the former is more commonly accepted. I hope you don’t get offended.

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          1. Nima Mohan says:

            🙂 🙂

            Thank you dear for correcting 🙂 not at all offended ❤

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            1. Anisha says:

              Anytime, Nima. I’m glad you took it light.

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