(9 February 1882 - 26 December 1950 / Dublin)
Poem By Masaoki Shiki
the scattering cherry blossoms—
the wings of birds!
Other poems of MASAOKI SHIKI (23)
M Asim Nehal
03 Dec 2016 12:06
This haiku relieves from all worries and signifies the freedom from slavery........The wings of bird signifies the pain and agony of caged bird....Awesome Haiku,
11 Jun 2016 12:21
_______________________ Cherry blossoms are the most beloved flower of the Japanese people. They bloom for a brief time and are very fragile, symbolizing the transience of life; this symbolism harmonizes well Buddhist teachings. Masses of cherry blossoms are used as metaphors for clouds. Falling cherry blossoms are likened to snow, and are used as a metaphor for a warrior killed in his youth. _______________________
29 Apr 2014 08:44
Simply love Shiki's haiku's!
Captain Herbert Poetry
27 Apr 2014 05:01
A wings to fly with the poetry. LIKE it
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