HAIKU NATURE POEMS: “At the square” (“En la plaza”)

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“At the square”

 

Pigeons all around,

They are feeding from my hand,

A friendly time!

Amira

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“En la plaza”

 

Palomas por todas partes,

Alimentándose en mi mano,

Un momento de amistad!

Amira

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11 Comments Add yours

  1. Beautiful! 😍

    You are one of my nominees for the sunshine blogger award. I will publish it soon. I did not provide new questions for you (sometimes, I do not follow rules 😅), but perhaps you can answer the same questions provided for me if you want. It’s your choice, I do not want to pressure you at all. I just hope that you will read the nominees section when it’s convenient for you. Thanks very much indeed. Have a brilliant day! 😁

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    1. Thank you so much dear Christine|! I am humbled by your kind words! How sweet of you to think of me! I actually like breaking up some rules as well (as i do many times with my Haiku poems LOL) I will be delighted to read your post once you publish it to answer the questions 🙂
      You too dear friend have a day filled with light and love! Thank you once again for your generous gesture 🙂 ❤

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      1. You’re the sweetest! You are too kind and humble. I am the one who needs to thank you. I am eternally grateful for everything you’ve taught me. Thank you very much.

        Oh! I have learned something new again from you. I thought, Haiku simply means a short poem about nature. I didn’t know about the rules. Now, I want to know. I am going to do some research about that. I can’t thank you enough. You are a blessing to me. 💖

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        1. Oh you are so adorable Christine! I just want to give you a big hug!!!<3
          Yes, sometimes I feel restricted by the traditional rules of Haiku ( 3 lines, 5 syllables on the first line, 7 on the second line, and 5 on the 3rd), so when conveying the meaning is more important, sometimes I bend the rules 🙂
          Haibun, is a prose form that explains a bit of the story to set up a Haiku poem, so sometimes you may see both forms together. Although, when you stay within the rules you have to be very creative to convey meaning within the restrictions. Also usually the last sentence could have an element of surprise. I hope you have lots of fun playing with Haiku! 🙂
          Sending love, joy and light your way, Amira ❤

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          1. Thanks very much for the informative lovely comment. As you’ve written already, I have found out from my research that the rules are:
            • 3 lines
            • 17 syllables
            • 5-7-5 syllables

            W♡W! You are truly amazing! You’re very creative, talented and skillful; a remarkable poet! 👏
            It’s not that easy to find the right words, meaningful message, and in accordance with the rules, all combined as one Haiku poem.

            Thank you. I’ll definitely try writing Haiku poems. It will also help me to improve my English vocabulary. English is not my first language. My grammar sometimes is bad, oopps! 😅

            When I think about it, there’s so much more things to learn, not just in writing, but also in life. Endless things to learn. I am grateful for you. I am learning new things every day. Thank you.

            Lots of love and dazzling light
             >>>hugs<<< 💖

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          2. Oh you are so right dear Christine! Learning never ends, that’s the adventure of life! English is also my second language, so I am always striving to improve, and getting out of our comfort zone can help us to explore new things we would have never considered before. I was very lucky to have found such a supportive group of friends here, that continue to encourage me with their positive feedback and comments. This is the best, when you have a positive environment to grow and expand, and leave your fears & doubts behind 🙂

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        2. P.S. Haikus: also they usually never rhyme unless it happens by chance 🙂

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          1. Thank you for reminding me. I actually enjoy writing rhyming poems. It’s going to be a challenge for me, but I embrace challenges, that’s how we learn and grow. Thanks very much my beautiful friend Amira.

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          2. You are most welcome! I only started Haikus this year, so I am a newby at this 🙂

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  2. LindaP says:

    Lovely poem Amira! Love and hugs,Linda

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    1. Thank you Linda! All my love and hugs back to you 🙂 ❤

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