#Haiku Happenings #5: Nicholas Klacsanzky presents a haiku by Trivarna Hariharan!
wind swept leaves––
the memory of mother
combing my hair
A touching haiku. When I hear and see “wind swept leaves,” I feel the spirit of the author’s deceased mother loving and connecting with the poet from another dimension. It’s as if the wind itself is the mother’s spirit that carries her voice and invisible hands.
— Jacob Salzer (USA)
This heartfelt ku reflects many shades of memories related to the poet’s mother. Windswept leaves here may indicate autumn or dry leaves that have no destination or direction. The leaves have been further scattered due to the strong wind. Same are the thoughts and memories of the loved one that scatters or loses the colour of life when the strong wind of time blows them away.
The last line, ‘combing my hair’, may either reflect how a person is either contemplating or…
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