Friday, 17 April 2015

Forget-Me-Not

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My soul awakens

To their mellifluous hue

Forget-me-not blooms

 

Forget-me-not blooms

In every cell of my blood

When I think of you

 

When I think of you

You whisper in petal voice

Forget-me-not Ma

 


Posted for Hannah’s hosting Transforming Fridays with Nature’s Wonders @ Real Toads

24 comments:

  1. A SPECIAL POEM FOR THE SPECIAL PERSON.

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  2. This is such a touching trio...I love the way you chained them together by carrying the last line into the first of the next one...graceful and beautiful. Thank you for writing today, Sumana!

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  3. I do love a haiku trio... :D
    These are beautiful Sumana.... :D
    Love,
    Sanaa

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  4. That last word says it all.. such Nostalgia, a wonderful cascade.

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  5. The intense/loud emotions in the first two haiku--especially the pumping blood in the second one--is made more powerful by the softness contained in the promise of the last haiku.

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  6. Such radience, such blume and perfume, such fragility. I love the petal voice! A fine remembrance.

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  7. lovely haiku and image Sumana; i also captured a moment of blue flowers, a wildflower we call watergrass (Commelina)

    Happy International Haiku Day

    much love...

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  8. So beautiful in image and words...I love "petal voice"

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  9. I like the way you linked these haiku.

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  10. sweet and pleasant - such memories and love we must hold close. Lovely.

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  11. A nice forget-me-not poem for an awakened soul, Sumana
    ..

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  12. So tender and poignant - the symbolism of the forget-me-not beautifully interpreted.

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  13. I love how your poems cascaded down from one to the next.

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  14. Very beautiful - and she will never be forgotten.

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  15. Lovely linked haikus. I remember these flowers growing at my grandma's house, and I'd go pick them. Thanks for the lovely memory.

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  16. This is so endearing and lovely~

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  17. Ah, sweet-- lovely focus. K. (manicddaily)

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  18. Sumana, I am working my way back through your poetry this morning. The ending of this one is breathtaking. I think you must be seeing her everywhere in nature, and I am sure you will never forget her...and will meet her again!

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