Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Ghoulish fear frightens

In eerie silence
And darkness, white with fear, heart
Yearns someone to be with

Seeks touch of solace
Some light and conversation.
Ghoulish fear frightens

Written for: The April Challenge



Ramesh Sood said...

O' this is very different than I expected... connecting white with something negative..well done.. Tarang..

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Pranita said...

Your haiku reminded me of those nights after watching a horror movie...! ;)

vivinfrance said...

excellent. fear of loneliness almost worse than the reality.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I don't think I've ever been white with fear. It must be a terrifying experience!

“Hungry Sunrise Fire & White Bird”

☂☆ Vållῐ ★♬ said...

Beautiful one Tarang!...I loved it the way you related white with fear...

PattiKen said...

Interesting take on the idea of white, For me, this reads like a classified personal ad of the desperate.

Tarang Sinha said...

@ Rameshji: Thank you so much! Glad you liked it. What you'd expected by the way?:)

@ Pranita: :)

@ Vivifrance: Thank you!:)

Tarang Sinha said...

@ MMT: It must be for sure! But I too have never been white with fear. It's just an imagination!:)

@ Valli: Thank you!:)

@ PattiKen: :)) Thanks!:)

Cathy Kennedy said...

I was white with fear, but it was from my first experience on a rollercoaster. Oh my!

Fiddle Faddle!

storybeader said...

Thanks for sharing your haiku. Cute layout! {:-Deb

Karen S. said...

Nicely done!

Jenny said...

Powerful imagery here.

I really like this fabulous word crafting.

Thank you for sharing it.


Tarang Sinha said...

@ Cathy: :)

@ Storybeader: Thanks!:)

@ Karen: Thank you!:0

@ Jenny: Thank you so much!:)

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