The Haiku Challenge 2012 – Day 14 – Love

Feb 14

In my home, every day is Valentine’s Day. We do not need a reason or an occasion to say our “I love you”s, or show our affection to each other, to our son, our friends, our neighbors…and everyone connected with us.   
Day 14 - Valentine’s Day – what could the prompt be? Love or Valentine, naturally.

Love
Vidya, Vidur
Love adorns your face 
with smiles. Makes you think nothing
Is impossible
Love turns life into
a perfect fairy tale. A 
worthwhile existence 

Love, the rainbow you
see in your mind’s eye when you
feel sad or lonely 

Written for The Haiku Challenge 2012 – Day 14 – February 14th – Theme or Word: Love or Valentine
Happy Valentine’s Day to you!


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Cheers!

Vidya

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24 comments

  1. Lovely set of haiku. And … yes … Valentine’s Day is lovely, but I don’t think that we need such a day, at least not for me … in my family love is always present.

  2. Perfect set of haiku! :) <3

  3. Nice set! Thanks for sharing your picture!

  4. Good message!
    Happy Valentines Day!

  5. What wonderful smiles!

  6. Very nice — I agree, the sentiments of Valentine Day should be present every day — and solidly rooted in the lives of our loved ones!

  7. It is obvious that you have no difficulty expressing or appreciating love. Yay!

  8. –Vidya,
    I just loooove you. :) wonderful poem.

  9. A special haiku. And a beautiful picture! Much love, my friend! XOXOs

  10. I love Vidur Smile and your Haiku set!

  11. Love this one! And love the picture of the two of you!!

  12. The love shines through in the smiles of the mother and son. Bless you both!

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