The sea... the sea, that noisy silence that brings remembrances of the creation of life!Nobody knows its mysteries, except and wave-breakers, that is why they smiles secretively!...................Only a long kiss from the trees can stop bees from buzzing, sadly because home, sweet home, is gone.Beautiful! Lastingly sweet. Thank you, BB!!!
The sea had lost its right. The wave-breakers are the aliens. They had won, thus they smile secretively and sarcastically!Poor sea! I miss their songs. :(~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Yes, you're right! The bees were once in the loving care of the trees but alas! they don't kiss the bees anymore. Poor bees! Where have all the kisses gone to but the ground. :(~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Thank you so much for this little discussion, Od. You read my lines and I'm happy to say, I love your comments! :))
another interesting haiku! have a good weekend!
Your words will boost me to write more. Thanks so much, Ric. :)
A few days back one of our neighbors cut two trees on their land which had been standing for many years. It made me very sad. At times I used to look out of the window and just the sight of those beautiful trees would make me so happy. Now they are gone. I feel as if a significant part of my life has left me. If I were to describe this situation, your haiku would fit in perfectly. I don't understand why people are so cruel to nature when everything that they have is because of nature. :(
So sad! Can't imagine the once wonderful view had gone. I understand how you feel. I hope people know what they do.Thank you for thinking of this Haiku to fit in the situation.
Aww. This is a sad Haiku. I don't like when people cut down trees. I'm a nature freak so I get really upset...I wish we wouldn't have to use so much trees for our needs. My garden used to be full of trees, but some of them are cut down and instead it is replaced to an ugly short building, yeah, it wasn't my family. Shame.. Thanks for sharing :-)
I have the same feeling, Dana. The real jungle is now replaced with concrete. Pity the animals without a place called home. Thank you, Dana, for sharing and commenting. :)