RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #153 Star & Bloom

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stars of spring
flower buds begin to peek
hundreds of white blooms

petals with silky hearts
flutter down as gentle rain
blossoms are here

each one beautiful
snowdrop, crocus, daffodils
canvas of nature

fragrance of flowers
air of spring brings health and life
rain comes on the wind

spring is here
birds fly from there to here
winter bids adieu

 

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Heeding Haiku With Chèvrefeuille, May 31st 2017 love in haiku

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wild flowers abound
grass so green and sky so blue
beauty around us

frame of nature
the gentle waves of the sea
watching the sunset

coconut trees sway
paddy fields in the background
birds chirping sweetly

rays of holiness
starting the day with thanks
with sunshine and love

trees glisten
autumn day is like a dream
cool breeze and dark time

autumn winds whisper
crispy leaves falling from trees
heaps of gold and red

with the lochs and moors
mists over the foreign highlands
caressing mountains

over the rainbow
in a land so far away
waiting for some hope

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Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Challenge # 35 – PAST & FUTURE

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you
follow
me till end
forget the past
the future is in our hands together
we have to explore and experience life
over here and
over there
let’s go
on

the past is the past
we have the future together
till death do us part

tenor

Let go of your weaknesses, we all have them.

Let go of the problem, it will be dealt with one way or another.

Let go of what you’re afraid of, it’s by facing it head on that you’ll prevail.

Let go of the frustration, especially on the things we have no control.

Let go of the competition with others, just try your best.

Let go of the past, they will never come back. Accept. Concentrate on the now and the future.

What was right for you then is not necessarily right for you now. Sometimes the hardest part isn’t letting go but rather realising that you have changed, and then learning to start over with your new truth.

Let go and move on.

(c) ladyleemanila 2017

For: Colleen’s Weekly #Poetry Challenge # 35 – PAST & FUTURE

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