Monday, September 28, 2015

Haiku-The Snake Comments

Rating: 5.0
Loke Kok yee
COMMENTS
Emmie Shep 03 January 2020
Years ago, I had a haiku book, and remember this poem. When the snake flees The eyes that glare at me Remain in the grass. Wish i could find that book! Also How white the peonies When I open my eyes And see
0 0 Reply
Geeta Radhakrishna Menon 04 January 2018
An excellent Haiku composed by a brilliant mind. Loke, you are truly great!
1 1 Reply
Loke Kok Yee 05 January 2018
How very nice of you, Thank you so much.
0 0 Reply
Muhammad Ali 19 July 2016
I like short poems, this one is also very nice. There always remains the final predator. The story of snake ended, but eagle...
1 1 Reply
Loke Kok Yee 19 July 2016
Thank you for reading Mohd.
0 0 Reply
The attempted eater was eaten. A well composed composition that is short, sweet and significant!
1 1 Reply
Rajnish Manga 14 December 2015
The imagery is so discerning and the words are so powerful that the entire sequence comes alive before us like a video film. Thanks, Kok Yee.
2 0 Reply
Shahin Latif 24 November 2015
Excellent Haiku. I enjoyed it. Thank you so much.
1 0 Reply
Allotey Abossey 26 October 2015
You write well my friend. Good work
2 0 Reply
Pamela Sinicrope 22 October 2015
Great Haiku. I couldn't wait to see what was in store for the last line. Well done! :)
2 0 Reply
Brian Mayo 18 October 2015
Very Nice haiku! (I rescued a great blue heron from the jaws of a snapping turtle six years ago...)
2 0 Reply
Anish Debnath 15 October 2015
Lovely haiku.This is the rule of nature.Every predator is a prey.
2 0 Reply
Bri Edwards 12 October 2015
I LIKE THIS ONE TOO! welcome to PoemHunter! ! ;) bri nice photo! (Kim Barney is another fine PH poet who shares 'cool' photos) . ===================================== an offering from Bri: Morning Alarm has gone off I turn over in the bed What a sleepy head! (October 12,2015) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - as i wished to check on Haiku form, i Googled and found this: Traditional Japanese haiku is a three-line poem with seventeen syllables, written in a 5/7/5 syllable count. Often focusing on images from nature, haiku emphasizes simplicity, intensity, and directness of expression. Haiku began in thirteenth-century Japan as the opening phrase of renga, an oral poem, generally 100 stanzas long, which was also composed syllabically. The much shorter haiku broke away from renga in the sixteenth-century, and was mastered a century later by Matsuo Basho, who wrote this classic haiku: An old pond! A frog jumps in— the sound of water. [ a coincidence? an inspiration? ] I won’t be trying any “renga” any time soon! this will also go to MyPoemList. :) bri
2 0 Reply
Abdulrazak Aralimatti 12 October 2015
Verily, the happenings in an animal kingdom but what about mankind........ A lovely poem indeed Loved reading it...... ..10 I invite you to read my poems
2 0 Reply
Akhtar Jawad 12 October 2015
So the hunter became hunted, a lovely Haiku.
2 0 Reply
Paul Sebastian 12 October 2015
When it comes, death is inevitable! Great allusion.
2 0 Reply
Edward Kofi Louis 11 October 2015
Life is like a battle field. Nice work.
2 0 Reply
M Asim Nehal 11 October 2015
Superb, A haiku with twist....Snake was up for frog and eagle was up for snake....Frog was lucky and snake was unlucky....Eagle took it all.10+++
2 0 Reply
Mj Lemon 09 October 2015
This is brilliant....A stunning reminder of what can happen if one is too focused on just one task.
2 0 Reply
Melvina Germain 09 October 2015
Natures reality, I love when a poet writes true to form and you have most definitely in this delightful Haiku.....
2 0 Reply
Mannah Shekh 09 October 2015
Wow.. It's good haiku with some surprised.. Thanks to dear poet
2 0 Reply
Savita Tyagi 06 October 2015
Wonderful. Life changes in a split second.
2 0 Reply

Delivering Poems Around The World

Poems are the property of their respective owners. All information has been reproduced here for educational and informational purposes to benefit site visitors, and is provided at no charge...

6/15/2021 12:16:41 PM # 1.0.0.629