Beautiful! I liked the last one most!
Thank you Maniparna:)
bohot sundar rachnayen, shaam ka tara man chhu gayi :)
Thank you Shweta:)
Title mehes haiku na ho aur asliyat mein in haikuon mein koi paheli chipi ho tho main nahin samaj paaya, Amit :) Shama prarti hoon.
Never mind sir! Read it again after sometime and the Truth will dawn upon you...Thank you for giving it your time:):)PS: Even the title is a hiku;)
I realized that the title is a haiku, though :) Which is what I meant when I said "Title mehes haiku na ho aur..." :)
Arre Suresh bhai! Bas phir toh aap sab-kuchh samajh gaye...you are almost there!!The four haikus are four stages of human life: Infancy, Youth, Middle-age and Old-age.Hope you liked...
Thank you IB:)
Beautiful! Loved each one of them.Welcome back to blogging, sir.
Thank you Saru:)
wow, Haiku in a title too. Beautiful Haiku.
Thank you Kiran:)
Haiku in hindi makes a nice concept too! You have beautifully depicted the moods changing with time of the day.
Thank you Somali:)
Beautiful set, Amit.. I am in love with all !!
Thank you Panchali:)
Loved them all Amitji :) Great read!
Thank you Deepa:)
डूबा सूरजविचलित, बेचैनशाम का ताराखूबसूरत हाइकू अमित जी
Thank you Yogendra:)
Wonderful haiku :) I loved the way you have connected emotions with each of them (sunrise, noon, sunset and midnight)... They are so apt!Looked for the meaning of some words in Hinkhoj :)
Glad you liked:) Thank you Sindhu:)