Charge & lovers

For this week’s Ronovan’s Weekly Haiku Challenge #44, the word prompts are ‘charge’ and ‘lovers’. It took me quite some time to think about what haiku to write. But at last, I thought of a graceful dance, such as the waltz, salsa or tango. This kind of dance is a form of perfectly synchronised movement between two individuals. It is like a dance of courtship, filled with grace and passion. Too bad I haven’t taken any photos of couples dancing the waltz, salsa or tango before though. 😉

Charge & lovers

Charge & lovers

Sweet lovers’ embrace
Filled with charge of affection
Dance infused with grace

Haiku by
Khor Hui Min
15 May 2015

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13 Responses to Charge & lovers

  1. Elizabeth says:

    This haiku is so cute, romantic and pure, I love the photo!

  2. Bravo! I love the Tango and as I read your haiku I imagined two lovers dancing. Beautiful! ❤

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  4. marjma2014 says:

    Very nice indeed, liked the dancing theme.

  5. Delicately worded. Nice one 🙂

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