Friday, May 18, 2012

Young Hearts Hope..



 Haiku Written for
Leo's Haiku Heights



Prompt : Pine

Young Hearts Hope..

Ah, dreams grow
under shades of pine;
love blossoms..
 
Evergreen
long sharp edges shine;
young hearts hope...
 
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Pine attracts,
 he sharpens the saw;
her chair rocks..
 
 
RS:)

Translated in French  
by Claude LOPEZ-GINISTY


Ah, les rêves croissent
sous les ombrages de pin;
l'amour fleurit…


Persistants
de longs tranchants effilés brillent;
les jeunes cœurs espèrent…

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Le pin attire
il aiguise la scie;
sa chaise se balance...

Thanks Claude

18 comments:

  1. Beautiful..! Love, dreams and hope... The things that keep a person going! :)

    Haven of solitude amongst rising thoughts

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  2. Yes, I see the connection Ramesh! That's amazing. Young hearts are full of hope. Alas, her chair rocks.

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  3. Ah! The last one is my favourite! Especially the idea of rocking chair!

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  4. I loved the first two. The rocking chair puzzled me - did he cut off the rockers with his sharp saw? :-)

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    1. Viv...the chair that rocks was once a pine...

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  5. Ah, les rêves croissent
    sous les ombrages de pin;
    l'amour fleurit…

    Persistants
    de longs tranchants effilés brillent;
    les jeunes cœurs espèrent…

    ***

    Le pin attire
    il aiguise la scie;
    sa chaise se balance...

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    1. Thank You Claude..for the honour.. I express my gratitude to you..

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  6. I like the shades of pine...nice set ~

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  7. I love the attitude, the positive note in your lovely set....and, as always, best in French...

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  8. awesome would be a petty word to describe how i feel about your haiku..i am always left speechless and in awe :)

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  9. well crafted ~ each one ~ love the first one ~ ...loving and words sing ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

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  10. Nice, Ramesh. I really like the sense of a couple coming together and spending their days with each other.

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  11. First haiku itself was so brilliant that it set up the rest, lovely!

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  12. Beautiful set...long sharp edges shine...Very beautiful and thoughtful line....

    Heart turned stone

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  13. I cannot determine which is my favorite this time. :)
    Forest Cathedral

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