MALAYSIAN HAIKU/SENRYU ECHOES 168: WALK IN THE RAIN

I’m a little late in getting to this – My work has been paid the compliment of serving as an inspiration for another’s work, and I wanted to say thank you. And to reflect on the ties that bind all of us in common experiences and the importance of the small details of everyday life. Thank you.

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MALAYSIAN HAIKU/SENRYU ECHOES 168: WALK IN THE RAIN

ONE:

 

hug tight in the rain

follow the will of heaven

share one umbrella

 

TWO

 

park is deserted

walk fast, obey the husband

two lovely senior

 

THREE

 

shelter is not safe

embrace in my protection

robber will make three

 

NOTE:

 

This haiku is inspired after reading Claudia McGill’s Haiku, with the same numerical.Thanks.

The Will of Heaven, in Chinese 天意 (shun tian Yi) means follow our destiny or what heaven willed; 夫 is written with the head peeping above heaven. We were caught in the rain in our daily morning walk in a nearby park, where robberies do occur.

 

 

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