clouds disperse at dawn
the sun gleams off its features
gilds the peaks beyond
One experiences a special emotion in these remote mountains. Recently, I went on a trip to Kausani, in Uttrakhand, India with my family and saw some spectacular display of ‘Sunrise’ on the eastern horizon.
A misty dawn painted the glacier-fed mountains with gold and purple pigments..one moment the ridges had hardly any color-then, the sun emerged, bringing a subtle alchemy of light..
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clinging to the night
my tickled pink heart gives up
love defies reason
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mystic purple flames
arise from the spirit’s stalks
chill my autumn heart
– As part of
I conclude with 7-7 syllable response….!!
voice rings in me like a bell
dissolves worries, makes god real
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Thanks Kristjaan for choosing my haiku for Tan Renga this time. Completely gratified
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In this tan renga challenge, my task is to complete the haiku by Georgia:
silence before the rising sun
raindrops on a branch (Georgia)
half in sleep, half in my dreams (mine)
I give in to primal dawn
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