A form of chaos

A form of chaos

18 January 2016

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The fresh spring breeze

Spreading upon snow clad paths

Ice and weeds patterns


The heart in love’s mode

Flowed into green beginnings

Where sprouts spoke of life


Crisp wind sang aloud

Of flowers’ variety

That splattered springs’ way


chaos ink361 com
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Colourful design

Nature a different painting

Divine the painter


The original

Duplicated in spirit

Replicas’ hot trend


Tone of flesh and bone

The technique impeccable

Natural and raw


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Parrot composer

Recent method of live art

Dreamtime’s wane copy


Cloning every soul

Mimicking style and habit

Late winters’ witness


You and I unique

Freedom our approach in life

A form of chaos


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Written in the context of RonovanWrites Weekly Haiku Poetry Prompt Challenge using the words Style & Fresh or their synonyms. Ping back and rules here


Heartstrings – Yuhki Kuramoto

32 thoughts on “A form of chaos

  1. Your words always echo within me as I read and savor them. The beauty of your verse knows no bound and so wonderful is your talent to write in any form. I absolutely loved the title. Genius you are my friend!

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  2. Geetha, I admire your ability to consistently write these amazing Haiku Sets. “A form of chaos” is wonderful. So many fabulous lines, a favorite, “Spreading upon snow clad paths”, and the following stanza really spoke to me,

    “Tone of flesh and bone
    The technique impeccable
    Natural and raw”

    Thank you for sharing your poetic voice, always delightful! ~ Mia

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  3. A clever use of ordered and cyclical seasons juxtaposed with the chaos of freedom, in creating an image of two unique people meeting – a perfect relationship formed out of what is otherwise perceived as chaos. Beautiful, Geetha 🙂

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    • Thank you Christian. I tried to find pictures relating to observers of the characters relating to the actions in the poem rather than viewing the actions through the eyes of the characters


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