Monday, September 03, 2012

LETS PONDER ON NATURE


                                      Reflective!
                       Each phase shows of mine,
                                Unique story!

                         No shine of my own,
              Not fake even,what charm seen to
                         Intimate worlds heart!

A moon as we all know has no shine of its own yet a unique reflection.. A unique phase with each growing night.. Why don't we look upon the mechanism exhibited by nature and immerse it in our lives too? why don't we grab the light of hardship to make a unique shine of our own...
to which the world look and get inspired loved ones find solace in our shine...

The name Maharukh means "A person with a face of moon", but does a moon has one face? no it changes from time to time and has uniqueness of its own... I wish to ponder within the meaning and reflect my life with the mechanism of nature...


The haiku was written for September challenge by Haiku Heights for the prompt today "MOON"

16 comments:

  1. This is beautifully done Maharukh...

    MAHARUKH..you have given a wonderful message...we all need to have our own glow...

    RS:)

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  2. An encouraging haiku, that teaches us all to face hardships and emerge a winner ... well written !!!

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  3. I love the first one ......unique story indeed!

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  4. Glow by yourself ... what a nice thought.

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  5. I especially like the first one - both are unique haiku.

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  6. Reflective and unique... Nice way to look at the moon, and ourselves.

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  7. Interesting aspects of moon you wrote about :)

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  8. Motivating thoughts!...very beautiful haiku!

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  9. Rightly so! It has inspired many through the ages! If not for the reflection, it's just rocks, valleys and dust! Nicely written Maharukh!

    Hank

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  10. You covered charm beautifully.

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  11. Neat Haiku, interesting added thoughts. Since the I of the poems may be you and not the moon speaking, may I suggest that the Moon is, whether or not it is reflecting light. One may ask why it chooses to hide, to change, or, rather, why it is humbly present and always on guard.

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  12. Interesting thoughts well shared :) Thanks!

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  13. This is so original, you should put this as a description of your blog, been here after a long while, glad that I did so, absolutely worthwhile.
    My thoughts and best wishes with you, Maahrukh :)

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