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Clock: Haiku

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~ Haiku ~                                                                                         ~ Haiku ~

A spirited mind
with constant kinetic hands
Life is a live clock

Life is a live clock,
a synchronized clash to win
the trial of time

The trial of time
withstood by the human clones
Convicted ticking clocks

Sangeeta Mishra

Shared with Haiku Horizons: Prompt— ‘Clock’

A Haiku is a Japanese poem traditionally comprising of seventeen syllables, in three lines of ‘five’, ‘seven’, and ‘five’, which evokes natural images

  • Wow, a beautiful Renga… 🙂 Life is a live clock- this is just a profound thought!

    • Thank you so much Maniparna for letting me know it’s name. I didn’t know about Renga before. Googled it after reading this comment of your’s. You are indeed a Haiku school. Thanks for you liked it. 🙂 <3

  • Rakesh Pandey

    Loved the idea of beginning with the last line of the previous haiku. Like a relay race! Loved each one of them! Profound!

    • Thank you Rakeshji. Glad that you liked it. I had came to know from Maniparna that this type of Haiku is called Renga or Renku. 🙂

      • Rakesh Pandey

        It’s lovely. I didn’t know its name. You are a pro when it comes to poetry! Really!

  • Bhavikk Shah

    Wow beautiful description .. wonderful
    I enjoyed reading it
    Thanks for sharing
    And wishing you a wonderful day ahead 🙂

    • Thank you Bhavik. Glad that you liked it. Wish you too a great weekend:)

  • Profound and beautiful 🙂

  • Good one… imaginations expressed well.

  • Easwar Arumugam

    Nice composition. ‘Convicted ticking clocks’, a nice weave of words

  • lovely haiku

  • Purba Chakraborty

    Life is a live clock…what an amazing thought! Brilliant 🙂

    • Thank you Purba. Glad that you liked it. Means a lot when comes from you. 🙂

  • Jyotirmoy Sarkar

    liked the haiku, and liked the word “withstood”—this is what i always love to do with time.,.

    • Thank you Jyotirmoy. That’s really a smart move. Glad that you liked the haiku. 🙂

  • Truly a vivid and apt imagination dear 🙂

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