Arco (TN)

Arco (TN)

Monday, August 18, 2014

Writing With Gibran - Solitude (Inner Self) - August 18, 2014

 

Chevrèfeuille writes on Carpe Diem Haiku Kai:
For today's prompt I have chosen a nice quote from "Sand & Foam":

[...] "Solitude is a silent storm that breaks down all our dead branches; Yet it sends our living roots deeper into the living heart of the living earth". [...]
This post was particularly interesting and revealing to me ... I can so sympathize with the author and curator of Carpe Diem through this post more than I ever have before.  I really think you should drop by to read the post.
In the meantime, this is Chèvrefeuille's haiku:

 deep down inside
hiding in the deeper layers of the soul
divine inspiration

© Chèvrefeuille
Another haiku/senryu ispired on this post:
scent of incense
guiding me through the depths of my soul -
showing the light
© Chèvrefeuille

 through the lonely mist
walking solitary paths
seeking connection
the human journey
through the meanders of soul
enlightened nature
together with nature
united spirit and soul
the lonely voyage
the pitter patter
rain falls on the tarmack
a heartbeat
solitude
silence of inner self
reaching out for nature
 © G.s.k. '14

10 comments:

  1. A wonderful collection - pathways through nature and emotions.

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    1. Thank you Hamish ... I'm very pleased you enjoyed the collection.

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  2. slowly slowly
    over the *Kanchenjunga
    sun rises

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    1. lovely! Thanks for this beautiful haiku!

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  3. What a gorgeous photo Georgia!
    And once again you give us a remarkable series of haiku - I'm especially drawn to the heartbeat/rain on the tarmack.

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    1. I like the word tarmack ... when I was in the first grade our teacher told us not to go onto the tarmack. I didn't know what tarmack was, so I asked my Mom who didn't know either, but she suggested I not use the word unless I did find out what it meant.

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    1. It's about the only place one can reach out too I think. Love your photos ... BTW my sister lived in Arizona for years. so recognize the area with fondness.

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  5. I bow ... what a gorgeous post Georgia.

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  6. Many thanks Kristjaan .. you honor me.

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harmonious words ... like crystal clear water ... pure ectasy

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