Subbaraman N V
Haiku on Sky
1 Sky is the limit
To those who are just inert
Sure very timid!
2 Sky is very vast
Carrying stars and planets
Guiding the world fast!
3 To look at the sky
Resting on the easy chair
Midnight joy quite high!
4 The blue sky above
And the cool moon gliding nice
Cheers and joy around!
5 Nature’s gift indeed
Is the beautiful rainbow
In the sky, God’s deed!
6 Sky not the limit
For the resourceful persons
Success their credit!
7 Earth and sky can meet
Meeting point moves far away
To observe a treat!
8 Bright sun in the sky
Overshadowed by thick clouds
Humans need to try!
9 Home of sun and stars
The blue sky – nature’s making
Man-made ever a farce!
10 Blue sky beautiful
Peace and poise to those who love
11 Sky the home of clouds
Graces the world with its love
We sure must be proud!
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