Saturday, December 29, 2012

New beginnings...



New promises made-
Together life we adore
with trust and amour;



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Endless troubles?
After a dark, cold night
hope rises again
 

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Devoid of all mirth,
barren was mother earth;
behold green rebirth.

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This post is shared with Haikuheights and this week's prompt is NEW.

Pictures are from Google images

16 comments:

  1. Can't wait to behold green rebirth!

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    1. Oh yes, dull cold winters are making me yearn for the warm sun and fresh blossoms :)
      Thank you for dropping by.

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  2. The green rebirth of "hope" - nice set.

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    1. Thank you Judith :) Green is always refreshing isn't it?

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  3. New beginnings are full of promise. I enjoyed each haiku.

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    1. Glad you liked them :) That is the beauty of life, there's always something to look forward to:)

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  4. I like the green rebirth ~

    Happy New year to you ~

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    1. Thank you Grace. Wish you a wonderful year ahead Grace :)

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  5. Loved all the three expressions... promising hope and new beginnings indeed! :)

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  6. New beginnings in new year..great!!
    A very happy new year to you and your family..
    have a wonderful year ahead..cheers :)

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    1. Thank you for your wishes Odyzz :)
      Wish you and a your family a blessed year ahead!!

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  7. Hi Reshma,


    I'm sorry for pitching in late, I was away for some days.

    I loved all three but third one has an innocence, I cannot help but admire!

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    1. Delighted to have you back Meenakshi :)
      Happy new year to you and your family!!

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  8. Green Rebirth - that's what the world needs at the moment !!!

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    1. Ah yes, I wish we could get back the clean green days of our childhood that had more trees and gardens and lesser skyscrapers and vehicles...

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