A Quest on Overdrive … :)

An eccentric rambler on life's lessons and mercies, found and lost… :)

Haiku Drops!!



autumn leaves falling:
buried seeds look up hoarding
hope to grow anew.

Usha, 6 April, 07


Story of Life

Dew drops winking just
momentarily, to fade:
Story of life, lived.

Usha, 12 April, 07



in crystal water –

under the blue sky: a lush

green – paradise mine.

Usha, 20 April, ’07



cosmic energy:

pent up fury, just unleashed –

a bolt from the blue!

Usha, 15 May, 2007



Softly falling drops-

touches my soul – harmony!

in a shower to cleanse!

Usha, 10 May, ’07


Onam – Haiku in Tandem

A celebration

Flowers, hues, spirit of nature

Festival Divine!!!

Richness of colour

Promise of Prosperity

Onam: life relished!!

Usha, 30 August, ‘07


Haiku is Japanese lyric poetry, composed, usually in 3 lines of 5-7-5 syllables each, on some aspect of nature and the seasons. A very amateur attempt here:)

The picture for the Haiku “Rain” is a gift from a dear poet, Shalini Devraj. The others are pictures taken by my brother and son, on which I’ve attempted the writing with the help of Photoshop:)


Author: Usha Pisharody

A rambler, pretends to be a teacher, loves to dream, and go on Quixotic Quests in the Realm of Romance With Life...

4 thoughts on “Haiku Drops!!

  1. a feast for de eyes n de senses! lovely!!!!


  2. I would echo sashu..ethereal they are..thanks for sharing them mam


  3. Lucid expression of rich philosophy of life….Feel privileged to have a tryst with reflected sense and sensibility !


  4. though i hv read them beforeits still so fresh n enticing 🙂


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