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New Hope

A Quadro-Haiku

By Dharrsheena Raja SegarranPublished 3 months ago 1 min read
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Warm and orange glow

Worries were set on fire

Reduced to ashes
Dandelion wind

Ashes floated among them

Bones were left behind
The ground swallowed it

To burn in the depths of hell

Deep Earth's core
Clouds' dams burst open

The rain blessed the fertile soil

Tiny leaves emerged
Sometimes when things get too overwhelming and your anxiety is sky-high, take a deep breath and set your worries on Fire, figuratively. Together with the Air and the Earth, you will see it disappear. And finally with some Water, a New Hope is born ❤️

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Dharrsheena Raja Segarran

I'm a Certified Nutritionist 🌱 and these are what I mostly write:
〰️ Fiction (Horror/Thriller)
〰️ Non-Fiction (Nutrition and True Crime)
〰️ Poetry

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  • Erwin Smith18 days ago

    Hope is the best 😄

  • Roy Stevens18 days ago

    This is very good and I'm going to have to come back to it several more times before I can take it in fully. Like all really good poetry there's more here than a first reading can digest.

  • Novel Allenabout a month ago

    Lovely one Dhar.

  • Sneha Pradhan2 months ago

    Dandelion winds..the imagery 🤍

  • Grz Colm2 months ago

    I missed this one. Anxiety is the pits! I love the metaphors D. Thanks for this good reminder! 👍

  • Ashley Lima2 months ago

    Beautiful <3

  • Sonia Heidi Unruh2 months ago

    Absolutely love this.

  • Skylar Callahan2 months ago

    Wow this was powerful! Incredible writing. Liked and subscribed!

  • Meg2 months ago

    Beautiful imagery and message!

  • I love the message of this, but I also loved the vivid detail and imagery you use.

  • Sarah Loyd2 months ago

    Love the intensity of it. ❤️

  • Ward Norcutt2 months ago

    How in blazes do you get so many people to read your work? Holy. Geez.

  • beautiful lines

  • Colt Henderson2 months ago

    Beautifully written.

  • AU2 months ago

    loved your poem keep it up

  • Sharon Bethea2 months ago

    Thank you! Your expression for each element in was outstanding. Great Quadru-haiku. I also loved ❤️ The Mirror Journey another well written piece.

  • PK Colleran2 months ago

    Thank you for this beautiful and expressive poem. The last stanza reminds of the floods my friends and family are going through in California. "Clouds' dams burst open".... The torrential downpours..... So much destruction! But then comes the blessing: "The rain blessed the fertile soul" and "Tiny leaves emerged." Gorgeous.

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  • Scott Wade2 months ago

    Oh Princess Dharsheena, you’ve outdone yourself. Beautiful 🥰

  • Dawn Earnshaw2 months ago

    Absolutely beautifully wrote short and precisely too the point. Captures you instantly, learning so much about short but effective literature.

  • Mariann Carroll2 months ago

    Congrats on top story ♥️🥰

  • Beautiful ❤️

  • Jason Gott3 months ago

    I didn't understand what you were writing about until I reached the end. I loved your poetic story I'm not judging you negatively in any way. Please understand I am a story teller not a poet. When I apply myself. My stories smoothly flow from start to finish with a fluent motion. I think next time you try this style of poem. Have a go smoothing the beginning out so the next subject is related to the following subject but not related to the next or the previous two lines of text. I felt like it hopped and skipped between completely different related texts . It felt kind of jagged edge the first time I read your poem. This is what confused me. It kind of hickupped the way through the beginning. Not in a singular fluent motion. I understood when I got to the main paragraph. What I'm trying to suggest is a slightly different style but I believe you can do it. Making a great job of it and blowing the crowds away. Keep up the great work I look forward to reading plenty more from you in the future. I hope you don't mind my lengthy comments?? I put into it my heart and soul. Hugs and kisses Jase @dragonreader71 Instagram account oooxx Happiness Joy and Pleasure is Good Life is Good Life is what Pleasure is all about not money

  • JBaz3 months ago

    Awesome, This makes me want to try and then again, what is the point. This was perfection

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