4 thoughts on “TEA (Haiku)

  1. Is it not amazing Bela that once in a while scarce words can open up the mind to a floodgate of thoughts?
    Leaf and flower, bitter and love.Is there a polarity as there remains the integrity of binding? Is this how things are or remain mere mirages of our mind?
    Thanks for leading me here.
    Shakti

    1. Yes it is, Shakti. I played with these words for quite a long time. Even after I published them here, I considered: Bittersweet/ the leaf and love,/ they flower. Haikus are, for me, not at all easy, despite their length. It’s much easier to write a 200 word poem! And of course I love playing with paradox and polarity, as it’s very much the nature of life on earth.

      Thanks, as ever, for your thoughtful response to my post, Shakti.

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