Jun 15, 2008

wind gust –
tiny grains of sand
justify my tear
vakario gūsis –
pateisina ašaras
smėlio smiltelė

16 comments:

Ashi said...

now why should justify a tear? I wonder...

Ričardas said...

Well, it seems like things of the world I cry for are not important enough...

haiku-shelf said...

a good haiku!


and good that you are back (to the net)!


best wishes,
Angelika

Masago said...

...and think of how the grain of sand feels. :-)

Lekha said...

well, as long as you dont make others cry...

USpace said...

Great one Ricardo, this reminded me of a similar happening recently.

swirling winds
carry dirt uptown
from knocked down plants
.

Tikkis said...

Grains of sand --
far away from their home,
homesick, too?

nobu said...

Ricardas san konnichiwa.
It's a nice haiku.
If it is not sand but rain you might cry longer.

Borut said...

Boy, it’s hard not to cry in such a situation, and even harder, as William Blake, would have it, 'To see a World in a Grain of Sand And a Heaven in a Wild Flower, Hold Infinity in the palm of your hand And Eternity in an hour‘!?:)

polona said...

somuch weight in these few lines...

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

this is different - I like it. :)

Bill said...

Good to hear from you. So often we require material justification for the emotional, the imaginative, the spiritual.

MAN IN PAINTING said...

nice one...

magiceye said...

ego buster!
good one!

Gillena Cox said...

nice ku


much love
gillena

Haiku Poems said...

cool morning view
the moon shares a faint blush
on a blue backdrop

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