Friday, April 13, 2012

Aura


light halo
monk's face in prayer,
plum blooms fall

~0~0

aura of darkness
circles well in the desert,
vulture picks on bones

~0~0

spark of light
positive thoughts, seeds
bloom to sky


27 comments:

  1. The first one is breathtaking. Wow!

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  2. I liked the last one!!!

    "positive thoughts, seeds
    bloom to sky" - this idea made me happy!!!

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  3. Like a cycle of darkness and light as viewed through the blossoms of Spring! Beautiful!

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  4. Loved the first one A LOT!!! Lovely, all three!

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  5. Loved the last one. You have a typo in "darkness." Love that line as well.

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  6. Love the first " Plum blooms fall "is pure spring! lol

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  7. These haiku are really lovely, the first is my favourite. Thank you again.

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  8. The second is a little scary, I hope those bones are people..haha...last turned it around though and set the scene quite nice.

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  9. such utter beauty here today.
    thank you grace

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  10. Another great set of Haiku as usual. The second one is my favorite, as I could really see the imagery on this one.

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  11. Love the theme...and the 3 poems dancing in harmony.
    ♥♥♥

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  12. These are wonderful. The first one is everything a haiku should be

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  13. Beautiful set...I loved second one especially

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  14. 'seeds to bloom to sky' ~ lovely visual ~ wonderful haiku ~thanks, namaste, ^_^

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  15. That middle one tells me a story. I saw the buzzed circling. It was a hot day, sun scorching the earth. The carcass was rotting below, but my motorcycle and I were whizzing by at a high rate of speed. The buzzard didn't know I didn't care he was feeding at the side of the road and i wouldn't have hit him as he feasted.
    Great shot of the blossoms. I've seen a lot of these this spring. Beautiful all around.

    Peace

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  16. i like the thoughts blooming like seeds in the sky....def there is much beyond just what we see...smiles.

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  17. I loved the Monk's halo. A true picture of an aura indeed.

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  18. I like the idea of positive thoughts like seeds blooming to the sky. And the pitching of light against darkness, darkness to light...Beautiful.

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  19. Darkness, deserts and vultures.. what a hiaku..that!!

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  20. I liked the third one most, all are awesome...

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  21. I like the juxtaposition of the auras.

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  22. I love the idea of three contrasting haiku. The vulture haiku
    is the most interesting, the other two create tension with the
    vulture..or maybe it is the reverse of the vulture creates the
    tension.
    Thanks for sharing,
    Siggi in Downeast Maine

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  23. great compilation the contrast of the three makes for fun reading!

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  24. Great trio, Grace ... the first is my fav for the day!! Also congratulations on your recent celebration! :) Appreciate your visit for Day 14 ~~ Aura's Band

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  25. Such a delicate photo and haiku today, love it!

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