The Sea— (Haiku #1)

So serene, so blue
is all that is within sight.
But is it the same beneath?

©AnkitaS 2010

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A haiku is a Japanese lyric verse form having three unrhymed lines, no more than 17 syllables arranged in 3 lines of 5-7-5 syllables but reads smoothly (or said without taking a breath). Pictures an experience of awe or sudden insight, traditionally invoking an aspect of nature or the seasons.

#Haiku poetry originated in the sixteenth century.

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Most of you knows about this poetry style already.

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To JINGLE

I accept the Thursday Poets Rally Week 27 Awards, Displayed here, A sparkling ThankQ for you.

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14 thoughts on “The Sea— (Haiku #1)

  1. And that last line unleashed a plethora of questions!!
    Excellent Haiku, Anky…

    I know one thing for sure.. you have leapt out of this sea of poets, and I can see you shining and glittering, basking in the sunlight of words!

    Stay thus, girlie.. many hugs to you!

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    1. You got it so right, there is so much under sea, we can out of count on questions but that world wont even come close to the end of explanations.

      and thank you so so much for your precious blessings, am blushing crimson, you are so very kind.
      many many hugs to you too!
      may god bless you and your family.
      keep smiling… keep shining.
      viva la vida 🙂

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