Saturday, May 26, 2012

Do and think not.. Think, then do!




 Moments of past joy
Hovers over present gloom
Nostalgia seeps

Bundle of sweetness
Precious memories bring smiles
Beautiful bubble 

Love for past
Present mistakes haunt
No closure

Do and think
Repent regrets, so,
Think, then do!






This Haiku is written for the Haiku Heights. The prompt for this week is 'JOY'.


55 comments:

  1. Beautiful bubble.. so true.. as if it's flying infront of our eyes showing colors.. nice!

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  2. Beautiful bubble is what appealed to me too. Doing is just as important as thinking. Happy HH!

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    1. Thank u Hazel... doing is very imp.. but it should always be the second step... sometimes we do things in haste that we shouldn't have! So i personally feel we gotta think before we act! :)

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  3. Good ones, Pranita. Did you know that it is taking at least 5 minutes to load your blog? I had given up and gone to another one before it emerged on my screen? I only have this problem with black background blogspot blogs.

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    1. Thank you Vivin... I didn't know this... L try doing something about my theme... i wonder why it makes a difference though! Thank u sooo much for being so patient with my blog... :)

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    2. I second this Pranita... oh..sometimes I have returned failing to reach your blog....even today ..I minimised and just left and it took about ten minutes.. see if you can change the beackground...and don't keep it black.. you are among those whom everyone wants to read..my comment appears separately...

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    3. OMG! I never knew my blog is creating such problems!!! I wonder why.. but i ll soon do the redesigning of my blog... Thanks for tellin me Ramesh ji... Also for the compliment! M flattered! ;)

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  4. It doesn't matter that "Present mistakes haunt". Keep going on! But follow your words of wisdom "Think, then do!"

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    1. Wise advice.... Thank you Diana! :)

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  5. Nice reflections Pranita ~

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  6. Oh I loved each and every part of your haiku, its so beautful and yet so true... lovely set of haiku pranits.. good luck, cheers!

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    1. and correction pranita... :P m a 17 yr old GIRL :)

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    2. No problem.. N sry abt dat.. ;)

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  7. Memory is a good teacher. We get all the wiser as time goes by. Great write Pranita!

    Hank

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  8. Ah ...bubble of sweetness ~ well crafted haiku ~ all ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

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  9. Thoughtful & Lovely words! And you clicked a really nice picture :)

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  10. Joy from the past. Very nicely done.

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  11. I wonder if that nostalgia is always better than the present gloom.. it gets a desire for past rather than present of future :) Thoughtful and thought-provoking.

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    1. The joy of the past always brings u a smile in troubled present times. But u can't live there... otherwise the present gloom will be somethng to repent in future where it's going to be the past!

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  12. Made me think, 'you go, girl'......very nicely done

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    1. Wow! That brought a smile on my face! Thanks Joanne!

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  13. beach and palm tree...that's joy in any language


    valued benevolence haiku

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  14. Lovely set...All are very delightful!...Thanks for sharing :)

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  15. Thinking, oh what a difficult task..but if one can learn to think before doing...one's life would be a lot better...

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  16. Living in an/the moment... one should always look forward to an enduring experience.

    Encore!!!

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  17. This is amazing Pranita.. an absolutely delightful set..

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  18. memories are always so dear..and that makes your haiku dear too :) grt post!!

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  19. I am sorry if you have present gloom.
    Hoping you will re-kindle happiness.

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    1. Leaving college aft 4 yrs.. goodbyes are in the air!
      Thanks for the wish :)

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  20. Beautiful!!

    there are always these patches which separate two different shades of nature. land and ocean. the part wet, part dry patches near the coasts. We come from land, to take a dip in the water, our first taste of it comes from this very patch. while we try getting back to the warm land from the water, the same patch gives us the taste of what it is like on the other side. like a link, between that and this. some like the coldness of the water and some the warmth of the solid ground. and in this patch come questions in head, " am i ready for what is to come? "
    And there shall one be really tested.
    love for the past,
    present makes mistakes,
    no closure.

    wonderful! loved it! as always! ( where's your after-the-poem inspirational text ?)

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    1. *present mistakes haunt (what was i thinking!) :D

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    2. Haha.. thanks a lot Jayanth... This was a personal haiku... so i dint give my interpretation for it.. Left it for you guys to interpret it the way it suits you! The general meaning is what i wanted to convey others.. ;)

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    3. And the thing u wrote above.. beautiful concept.. loved it.. never thought of that patch before! Very significant... All of us go through that patch in our life where it's for us to decide which road we tak! Lovely...

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  21. What a Beautiful presentation... Sooo delightful.. Amazing blog.... Keep posting.. :)

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    1. Thank u Sajeed for stopping by! :)

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  22. Nice .... wonderful haiku .. keep it up ..:)

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  23. Methinks that too much dwelling on the past is not good for the soul...

    In Judith’s Garden

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