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#1 surendras

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Posted 27 March 2005 - 05:38 AM

What is Haiku?

Haiku is one of the most important form of traditional japanese poetry. Haiku is, today, a 17-syllable verse form consisting of three metrical units of 5, 7, and 5 syllables.

What to write about?

Haiku-poems can describe almost anything, but you seldom find themes which are too complicated for normal PEOPLE's recognition and understanding. Some of the most thrilling Haiku-poems describe daily situations in a way that gives the reader a brand new experience of a well-known situation.

The metrical pattern of Haiku

Haiku-poems consist of respectively 5, 7 and 5 syllables in three units. In japanese, this convention is a must, but in english, which has variation in the length of syllables, this can sometimes be difficult.

The technique of cutting

The cutting divides the Haiku into two parts, with a certain imaginative distance between the two sections, but the two sections must remain, to a degree, independent of each other. Both sections must enrich the understanding of the other.
To make this cutting in english, either the first or the second line ends normally with a colon, long dash or ellipsis.

The seasonal theme.

Must Haiku contain a kigo, a season word, which indicate in which season the Haiku is set. For example, cherry blossoms indicate spring, snow indicate winter, and mosquitoes indicate summer, but the season word isn't always that obvious. However, please note that Haiku-poems are written under different rules and in many languages. These are the difficulties, and the pleasure of Haiku.

Reference: HAIKU for PEOPLE
" A lost Son"

#2 surendras

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Posted 27 March 2005 - 05:49 AM

Some examples of Haiku.

1.
Silence--a strangled
Telephone has forgotten
That it should ring
-Michael R. Collings

2.A mountain village
under the pilled-up snow
the sound of water.
-Shiki Masaoka

3.
धर्तीको आँसु
पुछ्नु पर्ला भनेर
लुकेछ सुर्य
-रत्न शम्शेर थापा

4.
लाशको नदि
माझीको ढडियामा
फिस्स हाँस्दछ
-गोविन्द गिरि

" A lost Son"

#3 surendras

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Posted 27 March 2005 - 05:53 AM


परदेशी जीवन
ढल्किरहेको यौवन
एकहोरो सम्झना


बाँझा खेत-बारी
हत्या-हिंसाको रोपाइँ
कस्तो अनिकाल


Dark serene night
lingering uncertainity
dang-dang-dang.


हँसिलो मुहार
त्यो कालो कोठी
कुसुमे रूमाल


रफ्तारको यात्रा
ड्राइभरको जिन्दगी
होटेल्नी कान्छी

-All Suren

" A lost Son"

#4 dream_noon

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Posted 27 March 2005 - 09:43 AM

interesting and exciting
hope everyone will give a try!!!

its not what u want in life
its knowing how to reach it


its not the goal you set
its what u need to achieve it

its not where u want to go
its knowing how to get there

its not what u dream of doing
its having the knowledge to do it

#5 surendras

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Posted 27 March 2005 - 03:05 PM

QUOTE(dream_noon @ Mar 27 2005, 09:43 AM)
interesting and exciting
hope everyone will give a try!!!

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But, you didn't try it yourself cool.gif , anyways here is more.


अन्यौल भविष्य
छरपष्ट पीडाहरु
लडिरहेका बोतल


बादहरुको लडाँई
मिचिएका जनता
आमाको मूहार

-सुरेन
" A lost Son"

#6 ram dotyal

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Posted 27 March 2005 - 04:34 PM


Kasto gajab khaalako shishak liera aayo yo Surendra bhaaee le........? Ma ta ranthannie! rolleyes.gif

Meraa saat haaeeku:

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t]/x rf}sf afpGg
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g]kfnsf] /fhlgtL .

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nufgL d]rL tL/
b]z agfpg' kg]{x? ljb]z tL/ .

g]kfns} pv' g]kfns} v]t
g]kfns} sfduf/ g]kfns} dLn
lsGg hfg' kbf{ ef/t tL/ .

b'Mv df xf+:g'
;'v df ?g'
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All Galli Andheri, Rohit PV Shahi.
(Surendra bhaaee ko ra Naaz Jee ko style dekhtaa ma panee ramaae biggrin.gif biggrin.gif )
"Some goals are so worthy it's glorious even to fail"

#7 Deepa Pal

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Posted 09 April 2005 - 09:57 AM


QUOTE(Rohit Shahi @ Mar 27 2005, 04:34 PM)
All Galli Andheri, Rohit PV Shahi.
(Surendra bhaaee ko ra Naaz Jee ko style dekhtaa ma panee ramaae  biggrin.gif  biggrin.gif  )

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regards,

Deepa S P Pal

#8 zen_spirit

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Posted 11 April 2005 - 08:00 PM

1.
Countless frogs
Joyously crocking
Soggy, moonlight fields

2.
Celestial vista
Uninvented
A child’s eyes

5.
White flowers of Sun
Are now silvery & motionless
for moon's imperialism wink.gif

3.
Buzzing within
One-hand clap
Ah, Anahat naad!

4.
Zazen pearls
Molten in peace
Smiley tears justlikethat

6.
On your mark! (ABC)
Get set! (Degree)
Go! (Money) .......................... biggrin.gif jus for laughs

7.
Smell of blood
Chopper taking off
2:40 a.m.

8.
Crowd, humiliation
The state’s grudged rice
Creased faces of Karnali

9.
Beating her bosoms
A son slain
Hoarse cry, fainting spells

10.
Carnivores
Talking vegetarianism
Peace?

11.
Five-star conference
‘Poverty alleviation’
Applause … The end …

12.
Scorpion, frog, serpent
= Maoist, Parties,
Scepter Government

13.
Recycled bottle
Newly labeled
B.S. 2062

14.
Rainbow pebbles
Under a rippling pond
WNSO family


... new yr. wishes to e'body! smile.gif ... prem sahit ...

Edited by zen_spirit, 11 April 2005 - 08:04 PM.



... (((:-) ))) ...

#9 Naaz

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Posted 21 May 2005 - 12:22 PM



Saawan ko mausam
Mehgai ko rimjhim
Varsha ko bhel.

Anjuli bhari
Aashirvaad sath rahyo
Purai umer bhari

Bhok le ranthan
Chhapro ko ghar
Khuldaina Aal-Maari

Madalu ko ghin ghin
Talma jhumi rahechha
Aaksh ko kalo badal

Sthapit purus
Ghar bhari luga-kapada
Aafu Nariman baje nangai

Dulahi aaien
Sunsan aagan
Basant aayo

Kahan haraye
Saathi jo yahan the
Aba kahan chhan?

Geet ra sangeet ko mel
Basant ko mausan
Samaya prem ko

Aanshoo mero
Be-Mausam ko varsha
Hardam barsinchhan

Aba raat paryo
Samjhana ko haawaa chalyo
Jhilmilayo ghar-aagan.

Even though we know how far apart we are, it helps to think we might be wishing on the same bright star. And the night wind start to sing a lonesome lullaby, it helps to think we're sleeping underneath the same big sky.

#10 Devchan

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Posted 21 May 2005 - 11:26 PM

okay..here is one haiku that I know..This is not mine but I heard it from a friend..

दिदीबहिनी
मखमलीको फुल
दाजु र भाई !!






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