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Eternal Love: Haiku

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A Haiku is a Japanese poem traditionally comprising of seventeen syllables, in three lines of ‘five’, ‘seven’, and ‘five’, which evokes natural images, now a days referred to as #micropoetry.

After that stormy night, I found that single flower in my garden, the next morning, which survived just because it was covered with leaves. What a blissful feelings it was, to see those leaves express love and the flower being pampered!


flower between leaves The Style Symphony


Leaves swaddle flower

Stopping howling gales

Transcendence of love

— Sangeeta


  • Leena Walawalkar

    Amazing pic! And lovely lines 🙂

  • Beautiful…!

  • bushra

    Beautiful click and lovely words! 🙂

  • Beautiful! Sweet creative finding 🙂

  • That is so beautiful — the image of leaves swaddling and protecting flowers from the vagary of nature. I’m guessing it was the maternal instincts that inspired these lines. 🙂 Have a beautiful weekend, you two. 🙂

    • Yes, you are right. It is indeed the maternal instinct. What else it could be, being written by a mother ? Thank you so much for your kind words. Have a nice weekend to you too. 🙂 <3

  • Yogesh Goel

    Baatein yeh kabhi na….u really sung it very nicely…lovely voice u’ve got….keep it up…as for the above post love is exactly the same as u have depicted above…it is protective…it is giving up oneself for the other…no matter what happens to oneself the other one would always be protected….nice lines u have put up…i really do not understand haiku and all but what u have written in those three lines is amazing…keep it up…good work…Yogesh –

    • Thank you so much Mr. Goyal, for your appreciation and a warm welcome to TSS.. I’m so very privileged that you liked my post. And the song is sung by my daughter, Maitreni, who would be gladdened to hear you kind words. The way you have explained the zest of love, is simply awesome. Thanks for stopping by.

      • Yogesh Goel

        i am sorry for the confusion…thats the first time I dropped by ur blog so do not know the whole thing….Maitreni is really a lovely name…

        • It’s indeed our pleasure that you dropped by TSS, and put forth your valuable comments & time Mr. Goyal . Means a lot. Thanks once again. Keep visiting. 🙂

  • The introduction was amazing…goes so well with the picture!

  • Very well told in few words. 🙂

  • Perfect click. 🙂
    The water droplets over leaves are adding a new freshness.
    Above all, the haiku makes it the most beautiful. 🙂

    • Thank you so much Mr. Parashar. Glad that you liked it. 🙂

  • Love is all about caring and sacrifice. It’s an amazing feeling reading this Haiku by you Sangeetha ji. Thank you for sharing it. It showed the meaning of love in few lines 🙂

    • Thank you so much Mr. Dasari. It’s my privilege that you liked my thoughts. 🙂

  • Thank you Akriti. Welcome to TSS. 🙂

  • Purba Chakraborty

    Wow! You’ve captured this beautiful moment so perfectly in both words and your camera lens. It’s indeed a beautiful sight and a poet can never overlook such a precious moment. This haiku spreads a lot of love and positivity, Ma’am 🙂 <3

    • Thank you so much dear Purba. Glad that you noticed such minute details about this post. You presence on TSS really means a lot to me. 🙂 <3

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