Wednesday, September 26, 2012

September Heights, day 26 paperboat

Inspired by the theme at


Today paper boat is the prompt. A lovely one and it brings sweet memories. As I have told earlier in one of my posts for Haiku Heights I learned about haiku through a colleague of mine when I was learning for being a teacher. She was an origami artist and she brought me the Japanese haiku. Since that day I am a haiku addict and I write haiku right from my heart. So paper boat has to be a good one to write a haiku on.

Let's go do some haiku writing (smiles).

fountain of joy
children playing with paper boats
one sunny day

one sunny day
I folded paper boats with my grandsons
ah! what a joy

ah! what a joy
to see the paper boats sailing
to the horizon

to the horizon
paper boats sailing away
children's laughter

children's laughter
when their paper boats sail
fountain of joy



Well ... counting down ... four days to go and than ... September Heights is over. What a sad idea.

Well ... maybe my new weblog CARPE DIEM, seize the day a new daily haiku meme
The first prompt for Carpe Diem is waterfall and is already on. Come enjoy the fun, share your haiku with Carpe Diem.


10 comments:

Green Speck said...

This really brings back childhood memories !!!

Dulcina said...

Your haiku is a fountain of joy from the very beginning to the very end.
I remember my grandma making paper boats and more origami for me...
:)

Tigerbrite said...

Oh happy days:)

odyzz said...

the child in me wants to have that joy of sailing paper boats ...good one

Barbara said...

What a fountain of joy your haiku brings! Everyday!

Reading Pleasure said...

What a lovely and delightful set

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I applaud anyone who is clever enough to build a paper boat. She or he deserves to experience joy!

Paper Boat

siggiofmaine said...

Love your haiku,
remembering newspaper boats that would float...
those were the days.
Thanks
Peace,
Siggi in Downeast Maine

Teresa said...

These truly exude the joy of childhood! Lovely.

Kristjaan Panneman said...

Folding paper boats with my grandchildren is really fun and of course we had try them in water. They 'sailed' away for a moment and than ... sank to the bottom of the fountain. It was really fun
Thank you all for the nice words you sprinkle on me.