I have grown fond of writing haikus, and blogs like Ronovan Writes and Haiku Horizons give me ideas every week for writing new haikus. 🙂  For Haiku Horizon’s week #69 challenge, the word prompt was ‘secrets’. I envisioned secrets buried in the lost annals of ancient history, in catacombs, dusty tombs and pyramids.

Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore


Whispers of secrets
Woven into tapestries
Hanging in aged tombs

Khor Hui Min
17 June 2015


About khorhmin

Khor Hui Min thinks of life as a continuous learning process and believes in a healthy balance in work and life. She is a freelance writer, who is active in publishing poems and short stories. She moonlights as a facepainter for the Malaysian Nature Society, and also enjoys creating and carving pottery. She has a Bachelor of Computer Science and Master of Science (Environmental Science). You can read more of her writing at and
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4 Responses to Secrets

  1. Archana Kapoor says:

    very nice indeed 🙂
    do make time to read mine here:
    Cheers, Archana 🙂

  2. Kat says:

    Unique flower, never seen a flower this colour before…

  3. khorhmin says:

    Black pansy 🙂

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