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A Meaningful Haiku a Day, May Well Keep the Doctor Away
« on: September 09, 2006, 12:56:36 PM »
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'Ultraviolet Haiku De-lights' By Michel Levy

Now you see me
now you don't
waving to particles.

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Certificate of birth
establishing a paper chase
proofs of life
 
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Early spring sun
darts of light
skating on thinning ice
 
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Colors of war
dyes in the cast
hue - shades - hue?
 
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In a child's mind
hearing negative expressions
sound tying nots

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In the media sez - pool
stagnant puddle - minds
turning green with envy
 
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Ten billion years ago
contemplating the future
waves of admiration

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Alive on a roller coaster
actors of belief
in the whirli-gigs of motion

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Living in fear
loving in joy
the difference in fingerprints
 The early summer dawn
lizard on a rock
listening to bird songs

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Out in empty space
ether's intelligent steam
giving birth
 
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In the egg
life forces
magnetizing attention

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In the sperm
saint or sinner
out for a swim

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Gossip mongers
causing trouble
eye spy with little i

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On the Lilly pond
sinking sentiments
floating leaves

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The great flood
driving L-arks
in the car pool

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Cosmic computers
interchanging bio - matter
too big for boots


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Re: A Meaningful Haiku a Day, May Well Keep the Doctor Away
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2006, 09:20:35 PM »
thanx poor me , this is a very good post indeed, haiku originates from japan, short
17-syllable verse form consisting of three metrical units of 5, 7, and 5 syllables

great to read such haiku's with so much hidden meaning in them,
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Re: A Meaningful Haiku a Day, May Well Keep the Doctor Away
« Reply #2 on: September 11, 2006, 12:14:04 PM »
deyi haamuduruwane elama wadak. kaatawath barida mewuwa sinhalata translate karanna...
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Aadaraya Siyallata Ihalin...!

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Re: A Meaningful Haiku a Day, May Well Keep the Doctor Away
« Reply #3 on: September 12, 2006, 02:19:56 PM »
Dear Koombi,

 mevaye therum harima lesiine.math kavi gena nam danne ne eth me potha dekkama matath harima asa hituna.. ita passe  eka kiyevvama short poems valin dena mean eka short ne kiyala terum gatta.man issarahata oyala asa nam me kavi dannam oyala asa nam.

Dear Bo,

 thank u updating us above. coz i dnt knw where it originated even. please write some haikus in sinhalease then.as usually i wanna see ur own haikus.

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Re: A Meaningful Haiku a Day, May Well Keep the Doctor Away
« Reply #4 on: September 13, 2006, 09:30:33 PM »
sure poor me , go ahead
we r waiting to read them...
post them all  :D thanking u in advance
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Re: A Meaningful Haiku a Day, May Well Keep the Doctor Away
« Reply #5 on: September 14, 2006, 02:34:16 AM »
sure poor me , go ahead
we r waiting to read them...
post them all  :D thanking u in advance

 thank u sigiri.  here is some more (primary)

Nature Haiku
Green grass in April
Birds begin to sing in trees
Children playing outside
By Sean

NATURE HAIKU
Butterflies hatch.
Bees drink the juice from flowers.
Bees fly everywhere.
By Andrea

Nature HAIKU
FROGS jumping around
Frogs hopping away from snakes
Frogs doing cool tricks
By Nicholas

HAIKU
Birds chirping a lot
People singing all the time
Birds are going south!
By Nicholas

HAIKU
I see bees fly
Nature Flowers are blooming.
Birds build their new homes.
by Chris

NATURE HAIKU
Birds and bees flying
Soft blades of grass on my feet
New flowers blooming
By Jahvon

THE NATURE HAIKU
The bees are buzzing.
Beautiful flowers are here.
The flowers smell good.
By  Jean

Haiku
Baseball is starting
Spring is finally here yes!
The bees are buzzing.
By: Kaydee

NATURE HAIKU
Flowers are blooming
Bursts of colors come alive
Fragrant smells around us!
By Himani

SPRING HAIKU
Spring, nature wakes up
Flowers and trees are blooming
Animals are coming out!
By Jibin

Nature Haiku
Tulips are blooming
Sun is out and shinning bright
Green grass is growing
By: Emmi

Haiku
Birds chirping their song,
Building their nest for their home
Getting ready for spring!
By Ian

NATURE HAIKU
Beaches are open
Strong waves are hitting the rocks
Kids are coming back.
By AJ

Nature Haiku
I hear birds singing.
Birds are chirping everywhere.
Their wings touch the sky.
By Gabrielle

NATURE HAIKU
Nature blooms, It's spring
Flowers awake from their nap
Cool breezes on my face!
By Miranda

Fall Haiku
Leaves flying around
The leaves are touching my head
Smell the fresh crisp air
By: Noah

HAIKU
Butterflies are flying
Their orange wings touch the sun
They perch on fresh leaves!
By Jaya

SUMMER
No school in summer.
Swimming in the cool water.
Sipping lemonade.
By Daniel

HAIKU
Spring flowers burst their color.
Birds fly back to their North home.
Animals hatching.
By Nicole

NATURE HAIKU
In spring flowers bloom.
In spring animals come out.
Best of all...it's warm!
By Nicola

NATURE HAIKU
Children are playing
Flowers blooming from the sun
Nature feeling good!
By Adam

NATURE HAIKU
Bees buzzing, it's spring
Nature wakes up from its nap
While the wind blew softly.
By  Jennifer

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Re: A Meaningful Haiku a Day, May Well Keep the Doctor Away
« Reply #6 on: October 29, 2006, 02:47:34 AM »
thanx poor me
I've read some of the sinhala haiku's written by Janaka maha bellana , may be its better to call them micro poems

well wondering what happen to all those luvly poetic ppl who wrote really great poems u knw..
waiting to see u guys soon
Best way to attract others is to keep your self Cool when others are hot at u !