10.8.15

A Garden Of Wishes : Gogyohka

A garden of daffodils
stands in my heart
each daffodil
a wish
for you.
As soft breeze flows
it carries
 these wishes
far away
to you.

 Gogyohka : Japanese poetry form, written in five lines, but each line generally represents one phrase.

15 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful sentiment...Spring is always at bloom in your heart

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  2. A garden of wishes - lovely - and, I think, a very evocative metaphor when one stops and thinks about it . . . a lot goes on in a garden.

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  3. Very nice love lines, Vandana.

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  4. So many good wishes in the heart will get to the ones intended. It has a way of making it happen! Nice lines Vandana!

    Hank

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  5. Oh I love the thought of a garden full of daffodils... speaks of spring and hope.

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  6. The opening stanza made me smile. Not just he heart full of the flowers, but that each were a wish for another. I hope that breeze carries them to the destination.

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  7. A fascinating form which has produced most beautiful thoughts and images.

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  8. Such a beautiful thought..!
    Well penned :D

    Lots of love,
    Sanaa

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  9. This is absolutely beautiful and perfect.

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  10. Thanks, and the same to you.

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  11. I have never seen this form before! What a lovely introduction to it.

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