New beginnings

For RonovanWrites #Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt #Challenge #101 Fresh&Wind, I wrote something about new beginnings. It is about hope and looking forward to a better tomorrow. We all need positivity and hope to help us get through the days, months and years. 🙂

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New beginnings

Fresh new beginnings
Fly by on the winds of change
To scale greater heights

Khor Hui Min
16 June 2016

Let’s look forward to a better tomorrow, and actively and collectively work towards making  today better than yesterday, and tomorrow better than today. If everybody does a little good, no matter how small, it will contribute directly or indirectly towards the well-being of oneself and the collective well-being of others in the long term. This is because doing something good not only benefits the recipient of the good deed, but it also makes us feel good about ourselves. 😀

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Fresh aspirations

With the New Year, comes new beginnings, new experiences, and new challenges. Let’s welcome them with open arms, and with the passing of each challenge, grow to be better and wiser, as well as more resourceful and resilient. Wishing everybody an exciting year ahead.

Tulipmania @ Flower Dome, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore

Fresh aspirations

Fresh aspirations
Blossoming new hopes and dreams
The story unfolds

Khor Hui Min
13 January 2016

 

Time & New

For this week’s Ronovan’s Weekly Haiku Challenge #40, the word prompts are ‘time’ and ‘new’. I decided to write something on hopefulness and optimism. 🙂

Tanah Lot Temple Complex, Bali. Photo taken on 15 June 2015.
Tanah Lot Temple Complex, Bali. Photo taken on 15 June 2012.

New & Time
Now, the time is right
To explore new horizons
Adventure awaits!

An original haiku by
Khor Hui Min
14 April 2015

Anticipation

Anticipation
Beginning of something new
Newfound elation

An original haiku by
Khor Hui Min
18 July 2014

Poetic style

This poem is a rhyming haiku. A haiku does not actually have to rhyme, but if one fancies a challenge, try rhyming line 1 with line 3.

A haiku consists of 3 lines and 17 syllables. Each line has a set number of syllables.
Line 1 – 5 syllables
Line 2 – 7 syllables
Line 3 – 5 syllables

To read up about haiku, visit the Young Writers’ Website.