طالب Talib is a seeker/student in Arabic.
俳句 Haiku is a Japanese lyric verse form having three unrhymed lines of five, seven, and five syllables, traditionally invoking an aspect of nature or the seasons. (Source)
[Japanese : hai (amusement) + ku ( sentence)]
I love poetry, in particular Haiku for its ability to evoke such powerful imagery along with deep, penetrative emotions. Indeed the intent of the Haiku poet is to convey their feeling and not their ideas. Haiku relies much on the senses and human-nature interaction. It enables one to convey their work deep into the mind and soul of another – as one is compelled to ponder, reflect and imagine – and more importantly – feel.
I am by no means an expert nor am I an intermediate. However I aim to learn as I go along, and improve and develop in my writings. I feel this site is a great way of sharing these feelings (and that is what Haiku essentially is) with the wider world, and in return you may wish to send back some feelings with your comments, which are most welcome.
All poems are my own – unless noted otherwise.
Apart from posting Haiku, I might also share my own thoughts, opinions and reflections in general, or reflected in my interests.
Other interests of mine include: politics, religion, history, warfare, civilisation/cultures, travel, reading, nature and animals.
Thank you for viewing my page – feel free to share your ideas and feelings.