A riot of hopes and dreams

Unbroken circle
A riot of hopes and dreams
Vibrant petals bloom on

For anyone who doesn’t have an idea what happened here recently, this could be a pretty spot to read a book or just sit on the bench and enjoy the breeze.  It is. It will be. After a storm the sun shines again. After those student riots…. The Ministry of Education suspended academic operations for a week.  The place has been undisturbed since then.  I like to think of the quiet as a prelude to better days ahead. 

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20 Responses to A riot of hopes and dreams

  1. Nice and romantic picture and haiku 🙂

  2. ruchi jain says:

    Very nice bicycle.. and good haiku..

  3. rebecca says:


    you are so right…after the storm the sun shines again. there are storms of nature and of mankind. may peace grace this place of beauty. i do love your line “a riot of hopes and dreams”.
    this seems to be the climate in so many places on this earth we share right now.
    thanks for being here with your thought provoking haiku.

  4. Nanka says:

    Beautiful blooms and a wonderful planter!! The place looks heavenly!!

  5. Ramesh Sood says:

    Yes, they move on… beautiful haiku this!!

  6. Lovely Haiku and sweet blooms. Let hope it stays calm.


  7. Such beauty in your words and the photograph…I love your words…a riot of hopes and dreams…

  8. zongrik says:

    the riot of hope and dreams is a good thing. people need to speak out.

  9. Andy Sewina says:

    Yeah, nicely done, I like the double meaning in your use of the word ‘riot’.

  10. Hazel says:

    And I like that you spotted it 🙂

  11. earlybird says:

    Yes – clever use of ‘riot’ (now I understand the context!) and the colours of flowers certainly are just that!

  12. Susannah says:

    Thanks for linking this to I Saw Sunday, it is always good to have you on board. x
    (Love the Haiku and the picture.)

  13. vivinfrance says:

    Those flowers look too good to be true! An inspiring post.

  14. Cathy says:

    Beautiful flowers ~ Thank God for His peace. Blessings ~

  15. Grace says:

    very nice thoughts and picture..thanks ~

  16. wordcoaster says:

    This is so interesting! “Quiet as a prelude to better things ahead”–love it 🙂

  17. Paige says:

    a riot of hopes and dreams – gorgeous flowers.

  18. magicalmysticalteacher says:

    Vibrant petals perched on vibrant pedals!

    One Take on Vibrant

  19. Rajlakshmi says:

    beautiful haiku. well penned

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