Jasmine

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You stitch with gold thread
a thousand jasmine blossoms,
yet your dress is rent.

 

© 2013 by Magical Mystical Teacher
 
More The April Heights 2013: “Jasmine”

Posted on April 10, 2013, in haiku, The April Heights 2013 and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 21 Comments.

  1. Appears interesting.. MMT…well said…these are the gaps in life we need to work to fill up…

    Well ..I am here: http://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2013/04/she-waters-jasmine.html

    RS

  2. and what an effort she is making to makeup to the society’s harsh trait of treating people relative to riches. I applaud her.
    – – –
    If you’d like to read mine, here it is: http://wp.me/p1QKRs-WH

  3. This is very nice. I’m quite fond of romantic haiku.

  4. As always your Haiku is exquisite and subtle!

  5. She finds beauty where beauty should be found! Lovely!

  6. perhaps she cannot help it though? Interesting Haiku.

  7. If only………then one’s clothing would not matter!

    Jasmine

  8. Very interesting take of the subject!

    Ektakheta.blogspot.in

  9. I love the twist here 🙂

  10. A different take and so unique!! The wearer would now really like to wish that the dress belonged to her!! 🙂

  11. Different. I did wonder whether the dress was rented or torn 🙂

  12. Ops! The perfect irony 🙂

  13. I must say your style is so much like Issa… He is the most badass haiku poet and this haiku of yours will make him proud.

    I can see him smiling right now and saying, ‘Ah, disciples!’

  14. Awww….rock solid piece!! Love this, MMT!

  15. This is amazing. Very clever.

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