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Haiku: a frozen flower

bellowed loud a gust of wind a sudden shower hence bloomed a frozen flower
A Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world. Also read: Haiku: After the Sunset Share your thoughts in the comment box below! 🙂 Until next time, Be kind to one another! Bye bye! 🙂  

Radhika Mundra

Radhika Mundra is an aspiring writer, a lifestyle blogger and an intense storyteller.


  1. Masoom Jethwa

    Mind is always loud as the wind,
    and to spare one shower out is
    like calling that breeze from wind.
    A blooming flower represents the
    mind when struck by the idea.
    This is what I have learnt !
    Nice attempt !

    03 . Jul . 2017
  2. Vladimir Covic

    Nice. Thanks for sharing your haiku.

    03 . Jul . 2017
  3. Jade (@jadeautumn_)

    That is beautiful.
    Really enjoyed it 🙂

    03 . Jul . 2017
  4. elsiepointe

    Three beautiful lines. Thumbs up…

    03 . Jul . 2017
  5. Sanja Loshik

    I love haiku! This was really beautiful!

    03 . Jul . 2017
  6. Katherine

    You’re very talented! Good job!

    04 . Jul . 2017
  7. Rahul Deshpande

    When you face difficulties and nothing is easy
    You have the potential in you, that can make strong winds feel breezy
    You have to know it, feel it and want it
    Because this strength within you, you always have it.

    Thank You Radhika…we actually learn so much from you and supet thanks for Haiku

    05 . Jul . 2017
  8. Carol Cassara

    This is so beautiful. I think it’s nice that people are keeping this form of art alive. Writing is an art form after all.

    05 . Jul . 2017
  9. Needa

    To its accuracy and perfection! Love it

    06 . Jul . 2017
  10. Becca Talbot

    I love haiku poems – they’re so basic but have so much meaning behind just three little lines x

    06 . Jul . 2017
  11. Christine Goodfield.

    Lovely poem, so beautifully worded (expressed). Tc. 🙂

    13 . Jul . 2017
  12. Vani Devraj

    Great job!

    15 . Jul . 2017
  13. Vikas Singh

    I like your posts. Thanks for sharing.

    29 . Jul . 2017

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