Haiku

Krishna

Written by Archana Kapoor
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Beaming countenance
Peacock feather on the crown
Mesmerising smile

The charming lover
The enchanting flute player
The graceful dancer

The valiant warrior
The vanquisher of evil
The wise kingmaker

Multifaceted
Your leela is everywhere
Omniscient One

I have been tagged by my by dear friend Kokila, to take part in Five Photos Five Stories Challenge (FPFS) which is – post a picture for 5 consecutive days and attach a post to it – fiction, poem or a short write-up. It can be anything to suit your taste. I am tagging the Haiku ustaad, Ajay on Day Three and as a part of the challenge, I will tag a new person everyday, until Day Five.

 A Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world.

The above is a poem of 4 Haikus.

Image source: Wallpedes

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About the author

Archana Kapoor

Banker turned Blogger, INSEAD Alumnus; life manifested in its complete liveliness is Archana. Looking at every aspect of life with a twinkle in her eye, she then garnishes things around her with something special. Check out for yourself in her amazing writing.

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