The Haiku

Haiku is not a shriek, a howl, a sigh, or a yawn; rather, it is the deep breath of life.”
― Santōka Taneda

“Make your life a haiku; simple, elegant and full of meaning.’ – F. Jay

And I listen…
Tania Tenni ..x

“Make your life a haiku; simple, elegant and full of meaning.’ – F. Jay

As a child growing up, I loved learning about poems and amongst many forms, the haiku was one of them and that extended to love for the Japanese tradition, culture too. Yet again, certain memories had brought that memory back alive again. My love for poetic writing has been ignited through it too…the short and the powerfully sweet haiku ..x

The haiku carries 17 syllables in total, usually with three lines by 5-7-5. Origin of Japan, this old-century poetic form, haiku acknowledges and seeps the deepness through the simplicity of the lines. Yet so beautiful. So elegant and so simple. Exactly that. And I admire it. I love it..x

My Haiku’s – by Tania Tenni; ..x

Elegantly she rose,

With flowing hair wisping by,

She humbly goes through..x


The scented flowers grow,

White, soft and silky they are,

The scented flowers grow..x


One page after that,

the learning through the pages,

blossoming too grows..x


The sun shone so high,

As the deep blue waves go on,

so do our breaths..x

Arigato..x

-T

(TaniaTenniTalks) ..x