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Daylight (Haiku)

Updated on July 20, 2012

I wrote this Haiku after in the late afternoon, when the daylight and temperature was perfect for relaxing outside.

Golden streaks reach out,

Signs of a forgiven chance,

Time for me to change.

This haiku represents how everyday is a gift. Everyday, you have a chance to change, a chance to be forgiven, a chance to make better decisions. When I see the daylight peek out during the early hours of the morning, I know I am being given that chance.

I hope you enjoyed it!



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    • snowdrops profile image

      snowdrops 5 years ago from The Second Star to the Right

      Wow! Your haiku is amazing! Lovely write.

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      Rajan Singh Jolly 5 years ago from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar,INDIA.

      Great thought. Think of the night as a chance to forget the today and to renew the efforts to be a better person, to change for the better with the advent of a new day heralded by sunshine.

      Beautiful and voted up friend.

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      Oilersmyth 5 years ago from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

      @Snowdrops: Thank you so much! I appreciate your feedback.

      @Rajan jolly: Thanks for comment! I agree, the night acts as a like a time for reflecting on how you did thought the day.

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