Haiku: When the tree kissed me…

Written by Archana Kapoor


Early morning kiss
My heart skips myriad beats
What adulation

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Each morning, when I step outside the front door of my house, I find the beautiful tree waiting for me; to kiss me good morning. I can’t think of any other way Mother Nature could make my mornings better. With summers in full tow now, the greenery of the tree increases with leaps and bounds. And the branches with the tiny leaves keep approaching closer and closer to the front door. It almost feels like the tree is very keen on waiting on me and to kiss me every morning. Such a lovely wonder…

Oh, by the way… that’s me getting my daily morning kiss from the beautiful tree… 🙂

when the tree kissed me


A Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world

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About the author

Archana Kapoor

Banker turned Blogger, INSEAD Alumnus; life manifested in its complete liveliness is Archana. Looking at every aspect of life with a twinkle in her eye, she then garnishes things around her with something special. Check out for yourself in her amazing writing.

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