Haiku: Trials

Trials

Labyrinth Near Palace of Arts in Budapest
(Photo credit: redteam)

I.
The circuitous
route from my heart to yours is
this labyrinthine maze;

 


Love Love Love
(Photo credit: Gregory Jordan)

II.
No words can describe
the weight, the depth, the breadth — like
reckless breath and gaze.

 


Love about to wash away...
Love about to wash away… credit: he(art)geek)

III.
All words imperfect,
thoughts are mere formulation
corrupting the pure:

 


Hearts on fire
(Photo credit: chaosphoenx)

IV.
love. It must burn you —
test you — Before you can be
absolutely sure.

 


This post was prompted by the Genre Haiku Challenge on this blog. Follow that link to find out more and participate!

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5 thoughts on “Haiku: Trials”

        1. Circuitous; I picked it up from a haiku posted on Twitter, after commenting to the author how it was fit as a four-syllable word, whereas many people might fit it as three. Then I found the word rolling around in my head and not too long after these haiku had popped right out!

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