Sorting out the blooms – Haiku – A Poem by Anita Bacha

sorting out the blooms 

some to be kept for garlands 

some to throw away 

~ anita bacha ~

Image source internet; haïku cc Anita Bacha 2033

Good afternoon my dear friends.

Please click on the link below for my Anthology of Haiku Poems .Thank you.

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Late Blooming Roses – A Haiku Poem by Anita Bacha


late blooming roses 

scattered in the blowing wind 

bonfire of petals 

Anita Bacha

Written in response to the weekly prompt of inkMine stories on Twitter.

Thank you for viewing and reading my dear friends.

Image source internet.Haïku cc.Anita Bacha 2022.

In this world of grief – A Tanka Poem by Anita Bacha


in this world of grief 

rose petals are opening 

even when tears flow 

winter takes its toll of blooms 

rose bouquets on gravestones 

Anita Bacha 

Poem shared two years ago when many of us lost our loved ones to Covid19.

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A Feast of Blooms – A Haiku Poem by Anita Bacha


dew’s still on the rose

i have lost and found myself 

in a feast of blooms 

Anita Bacha

Thank you for your visit, my dear friends.

Image source internet, haïku cc Anita Bacha 2022

A Flower in My Hair

Today I wear a fresh flower in my hair,

My sweet sweetheart is here,

For the city, he left me asunder,

How I lived without him, I wonder;

Red florets I wore on our wedding night,

The gems he put in my hair under the moonlight,

Are the pressed blooms under my pillow,

How I slept without him, do you know?

Anita Bacha

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