16 June 2010

Father's Day | Sensational Haiku Wednesday

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Thanks to Jenn
Father's Day HaikuThis week's theme


A love beyond words.
Wisdom and strength to rely.
If he's standing by.

Father's Day is a day honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. It is celebrated on the third Sunday of June in 55 of the world's countries.
Source: Wikipedia

Happy Father's Day to all wonderful fathers. May you become a true blessing and inspiration for your children. Standing by in every milestone of their life. Showering them with great love, wisdom and strength.

I don't think that we celebrate Father's Day here in my country, but my deepest gratitude goes out to two beloved persons. My father and husband, for being all that they can be in their important role.

The basics for this meme:

Haiku is simple!
It is 3 non-rhyming lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables respectively
(a great way to use your fingers!)

Thanks for every visit and comment.
Keep a song in your heart.

8 appreciated note(s):

Nessa said...

Wonderful haiku. Fathers need to know how important they are and can be.

Unknown said...

Father's Day is here and we do celebrate it in Malaysia. They deserve a place in our hearts.

Unknown said...

makes me long for a father figure such as this! very nice!

Amanda Moore said...

Rosidah your whole post was a lovely tribute to fathers. I am glad to see you doing the Haiku your writing is wonderful.

Jenn@ You know... that blog? said...

Really lovely! I love our theme this week, and the haikus that are resulting from it.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Sometimes "if" is the biggest little word in the English language...


Bing Yap said...

rosidah, my dad is my source of strength and wisdom... that's why this haiku of yours touched my heart. very well done!!!

Waileng Tan said...

I've been wanting to join you in Haiku but most of the time I end up writing rhymes. Anyway, how's this for a first try before I post it on my blog?

Daddy, Father, Pa,
Hero without cape or mask.
Always on speed dail

By the way, does the haiku have to make sense??