Thursday, February 9, 2017

Warm Memories





With every wave comes
A gush of warm memories 
Carved like names on rocks.

Fragrant emotions 
Wash over me, I smile
Like a crimson dusk

Screaming solitude 
Lingering sadness, I weap
Like a dewy dawn


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23 Comments:

Lisa Greenbow said...

Beautiful!

SHANAYA TALES said...

Okay, this Haiku, I like. 'Cause you see this makes sense. Again, leaving aside the mechanics, this was beautifully written, and image was well chosen too.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The sustenance of memories!

Lea said...

the waves carving names on rocks... that is so beautiful Tarang... my heart is full this morning with your beautiful and poignant words...

carol l mckenna said...

How creatively, lovely and poignant ~ thanks,

Wishing you a Happy and Peaceful Weekend ~ ^_^

Mark M. Redfearn said...

Weeping is OK too...

J C said...

Sounds so sad.

rebecca said...

gorgeous-you have transported me with your haiku-thank you tarang sinha.

brudberg said...

Memories are such a large part of our beings.

madhumakhi said...

Oh wow! I loved the contrasting imagery between the transience of waves and the warm memories being carved. And the suggestive hint that our emotions are also like waves- they rise, they threaten to overpower us, and they wane, while leaving a lingering tinge of sorrow behind.

thotpurge said...

Fragrant emotions
Wash over me, I smile
Like a crimson dusk
...nice image..

Tarang Sinha said...

@ Lisa: Thanks! :)

@ Shantala: Hey! Thank you so much for this 'feel good' comment. It makes me believe that I'm doing it right. :)

@ Magical Mystical Teacher: :)

@ Lea: I'm so glad you liked it. Thanks for reading. :)

@ Carol: Thanks for this lovely comment. :)

Tarang Sinha said...

@ Mark: Oh, yes! It's absolutely okay. :)

@ JC: You got it right. I was sad while writing this.

@ Rebecca: I'm glad. Thanks for visiting and commenting. :)

@ Brudberg: You're right.

@ Madhumakhi: Oh, thank you for such a beautiful comment! How well you've understood this! Thanks for reading. :)

@ Thotpurge: Thank you! :)

C.C. said...

Warm memories can bring us so many emotions.....happiness at those good times, but then also, as you've suggested, a sadness at the loneliness we feel over perhaps no longer having that person in our lives. Great imagery here.

indybev said...

Lovely meaningful phrases! Beautifully written.

Mary said...

Love the waves of warm memories. So evocative!

Iris said...

I like this very much.

Sumana Roy said...

warm memories, fragrant emotions and lingering sadness are the stuff life's made of...beautifully put Tarang...

Rosemary Nissen-Wade said...

Nice similes.

Sanaa Rizvi said...

Fragrant emotions
Wash over me, I smile
Like a crimson dusk

Sigh.. beautiful!!❤️

Anne Jeffries said...

Gush
Wash
Weap
Flowing waters

rudraprayaga said...

Beautifully versed.

tulika singh said...

Loved the imagery your words conjured up but I wish I understood Haiku better.

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