That's exactly how I felt when I last saw a shooting star. It has been so long. This haiku brought back that wonderful feeling. Thank you Balqis!
I'm glad it could bring back that wonderful feeling. Thank you for your words, Sui. :)
i wish to see a shooting star too...i'm sure it'll bring a wonderful feeling : )
May your wish be granted, Ric. Thank you for dropping by. :)
We all wish to see one. And your haiku really inspire Joy as I think it's truly what we experience with a shooting star.Lovely Balqis
Thank you, Marie. I want to look at the positive side by thinking a shooting star even for awhile will bring some joy. I'm happy to read you. :)
Beautiful sight, a shooting star!It is the Royal Carriage of the Queen of Fairies, Titania, when she flies looking for the magic flower of Walwst, that brings happiness to saddened hearts!You know who told me this sweet tale, BB!I am amazed about how many things about Galwrst he knows, (I call it Fairyland, but he said that Fairyland does not exist) :), well, he was glwst there, he said that glwst in Galwrst is not the same than to be born anywhere else. He promises to tell us a tale to teach us such a beautiful a thing as your haiku!Each one of those you write is better and better!Thank you!
Yes, Od, it's like a diamond falling from the sky. And it moves at a fast speed with the brightness that will stun us for awhile.Oh! How nice to know it's the Royal Carriage of Fairies. I'm right then to say it brings joy. Of course, I know who HE is! I could almost hear him strutting. :))He knows a lot and I'm amazed, too. That 'glwst' must be his aka. I'd love to hear more like the story of 1001 Nights.Thank you so much, Od, for giving me the credit! :)
I have never seen a shooting star , but i wish I could :)
I wish you could see it, Aunt Mary. You know it happens all of a sudden. I used to see it many times. When I was a kid, I even thought of finding out where it fell in the hope of seeing a star on the ground!Thank you for dropping by. :)
I love the enigma associated with shooting stars :-)
Nature always have certain enigma. It never fails to capture our interest though we know much through Science. Thank you for your comment, Amrit. :)
Thinking, why a falling star makes us happy? Because its rare to witness the drops?But that's another story. You captured the momenta well, BB-That shooting star- blink of a eye- gives amazing feelings!
There are a lot of things associated to it and one is happiness, I think. It looks like a firework. You know, over here we call it as a star's dropping!Thank you for your warm words, Omo.Yeah, you're right. It happens too fast! :)
There are things in life that seldom happen yet so meaningful. Missed you, my friend :)
Yes, right, something unexplainable but leaving a deep impact. It's nice to see you again, Zunnur. Missed you, too, Selamat berpuasa dan Selamat Hari Raya! :)
I can't tell you how much I liked this one Balqis, It made me smile and kind of giggle while reading it. Waited for hours on the night of the star shower to just see 5!!! But you are right my heart jolted every time I got glimpse of one...Thank you Balqis :)
I'm so honored to hear your kind words, Hotei. You know, it happened on last Monday night, we in Malaysia, could watch those "shooting stars" in our sky. It was so amazing! We both agree our hearts jolted at each sight.You're most welcome, Hotei. :)