Saturday, March 3, 2012

Haiku Heights, Fate

Another Haiku Heights Saturday. Today the theme is Fate. Not an easy one I think so, but I have to try.

winter departs
the fate of bare branches
getting in bloom

getting in bloom
the cherry tree in my garden
it's her fate

it's her fate
the changing of the seasons
winter departs

Until next week ... for another Haiku Heights ... than the theme is 'childhood'.



Grace said...

I like the cascading form...nice capture of fate in changing seasons~

Have a good day ~

Ruchi Jain said...

very nice haiku..

carol l mckenna said...

You have been busy ~ well composed haiku with welcoming thoughts of Spring ~ Excellent photos ~ for HH and other post with more great haiku and wonderful photos ~ thanks, namaste, carol (A Creative Harbor)

Karen said...

I like the form! A great trio.

anthonynorth said...

Lovely, warming words. Yes, winter is going!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Enjoyed the linking threads of thought beginning the haiku! It seems the seasons are not separate entities but connected souls!

Anonymous said...

can't wait till winter is gone

senryu of lost soldiers

Anonymous said...

You are developing your cascading Haiku to a fine detail. Nicely done!

Vinay Leo R. said...

Ah, yes it is her fate, but a beautiful one to see I think! :)

கா.ந.கல்யாணசுந்தரம் said...

Excellant, Well coined Haiku writing. I like all your photos, my best wishes. My enquiries to your family members also., chennai, India.

Mariya Koleva said...

I enjoyed this cascading haiku very much. And its direction, too. The wheel of life, he ;-) I'm glad we're at the beginning of a beatiful season rigth now, I must admit.
Best, M.

Susie Clevenger said...

Beautiful fate...nice work

Chèvrefeuille said...

It's so nice to read your comments on this weblog item. I love that cascading form and I am trying to make it better.


Bodhirose said...

I like how you started and ended your series with the same line...very nice. I love the favorite time of year.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

"the fate of bare branches" is perhaps my favorite line in this series.

Fate Has Blessed Them