It’s summer still. Fall
Will lower the bridge over
Her castle’s moat. Wait.
Color in her cheeks,
She’ll let you in her castle,
When golden leaves fall.
When loneliness rings,
She’ll wrap you in reds and golds,
Hand you a scepter.
To be continued...
To be continued...
Live for the Love of it,
The Happy Amateur
I liked the idea of merging different topic in one continued set.ReplyDelete
I liked the second haiku and its temporariness =)
I like the way you are making this little drama unfold!ReplyDelete
Loneliness of Stars
Thank you, Paper heart, Mark :-)ReplyDelete
I like the haiku set...specially the last one, when loneliness rings ~ReplyDelete
Thank you, Grace, glad you like it.Delete
I like the way these three haiku link to each other and cascade the ideas, ending up with the last one, which is quite warm and friendly !ReplyDelete
Thank you, I hope to keep linking them :-)Delete
I am enjoying your haiku story. Today's first line was special to me "when loneliness rings"ReplyDelete
Thank you :-) I've been enjoying writing it.Delete
This is a clever fairytale slant on loneliness - ie it is inevitably temporary here, whereas in real life it is often a permanent state!ReplyDelete
I feel that there are moments in life when loneliness subsides, tricks us into believing that we're not lonely. But it never leaves, always returns, stronger than before...Delete
Not a very optimistic view, I'm afraid. But I do think that people are lonely.
Beautiful haiku story weaved here...Enjoyed reading it :)ReplyDelete
Well crafted haiku - like how you are weaving the daily challenges together.ReplyDelete
Thank you, I'm enjoying telling a tale through haiku.Delete
I can't wait to see what that scepter does!ReplyDelete
A Long Loneliness
:-) I'm curious, too.Delete
A unique feel to this. LovelyReplyDelete
Thank you very much.Delete
And the story continues ... nicely done.ReplyDelete
colours in her cheek.. lovely set!ReplyDelete