Friday, May 4, 2012

Dreams Can Wait..

Written for Haiku Heights
Prompt.. Hour 
 Shared with Haiku My Heart..


Mid-night hour
and I write haiku;
let dreams  wait

RS:)

24 comments:

  1. and yet our words lead to dreams and our dreams for some to words..

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  2. I've been there before, Ramesh, letting sleep wait while I write--and I always pay for it the next day!

    Raven Has One Wish

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  3. How beautiful...! Dreams can surely wait wen you write such sweet haiku Sir! :)
    The happy hours countdown begins!

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  4. I can empathize with this one very well ... I am writing haiku at night too. I have always pen and pencil next to my bed.

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  5. Writing is more important :-)

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  6. Yes, sometimes writing is more important. Who needs sleep? :-)

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  7. Lovely haiku and perhaps 'it is all a dream, illusion' and/or prelude of your dreams 'at the midnight hour ~ lots of interpretation ~ beauty of haiku ~thanks, namaste, ^_^

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  8. Nice haiku about writing in the midnight hour.

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  9. ohhh you know i LOVE this one!!!

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  10. Beautiful one!...Let dreams wait!...Haiku is more important for me too!

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  11. Yeah, Saturday HH just started and let the dreams wait :)

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  12. Lovely, but dreams don't have to wait - dreams make great poetry, too!

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  13. :) wow nice post! let dream wait for ur creative feast!

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  14. It's very daring to let your dreams go...but the haiku deserves this sacrifice! I'm so impressed that I have no more words!

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  15. Hello Ramesh, I would like to introduce and invite you to my new haiku challenge "Tackle It Tuesday". Join the fun.

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  16. Ramesh, lovely. I've been there too.

    Richard

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  17. Ahhh, Ramesh ... nice one!!

    It is also good to see your signature style catching on with others. You are a very gifted teacher! :)
    Bewitching Hour

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  18. aaha!! such a simple thought and such a wonderful haiku:)

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