Season’s Sonata

Ah,home again-home means Trifecta :-)My last post was 3 months back!Three?Strike one!It was a Trifextra submission-strike two! And, the title was “Askew”-kind of matches with Haiku,no?Strike three! Ha!ha!Feels good to be back-wonder if any of you remember me?Things did not go as per plan-do they ever?But some beautiful gifts came my way -our daughter did us proud by excelling both in her school leaving exams as well as by securing a coveted seat in one of the most prestigious University here-she placed 5th among 3500 students who sat for the exam and only 30 were selected.She is now happily studying for her English Honours.

Well,to make a long story short,we did not have to move.So what took me so long,you ask?Ah life… but am back and hope to keep writing,though I may not comment as much as before,but will do so whenever  possible-that’s a promise.

I see this weekend Trifecta has given us a seemingly  easy challenge-the weekend prompt being-

HAIKU (noun) : an unrhymed verse form of Japanese origin having three lines containing usually five, seven, and five syllables respectively .

But sadly we were not taught about this genre of writing in school.This is my first attempt at writing a Haiku,so no idea if it fits the bill,but here goes for what it is worth  🙂


Season’s Sonata


Autumn in the heart

Like leaves changing colour

pain morphs.