Haiku Trio: Question, Resolution and Journey

Haiku Trio: Question, Resolution and Journey

What do you want, yes?
Take a close look into heart.
The want has no end.

Once your wish fulfilled
What’s next? Happiness? Love? More?
No resolution!

Instead of shortcut-
I prefer long road, do you?
Lets walk together.

© Moonomo, 2010Image


  1. OK my jaw dropped after reading “question”!!!!
    Hail, god of Haiku!

    1. Omo

      Aowoo! Thank you Harish! :)

  2. Moon struck again! This time a great struck with 3 components of question, resolution and journey. The never ending question with no resolution and the desire to want more and more (humans are never satisfied with what they have)and at the end of the day it leads to a long journey…well, I assume a journey of life which is still way far from humans reach (the desired destination) to get wholly the satisfactions they look for. :)

    That’s how I look at it. The poet knows best, the readers make assumptions or giving some critical appreciations.

    Love it! Keep going, man! :)

    1. Omo

      Struck ed can’t be called a poet- guess! Up to the readers- how they get it. :)

      You’ve given the light on the golden rules- desire is the fuel of the journey and the wants keeps us on the road!

      Glad for your love, thank you. ;)

    1. Omo

      Ah- I feel relaxed now! ;)

  3. Odliam


    This is a related, non-related haiku!

    Buddha would be pleased with your asking about the satisfaction of desires and a long walk to Enlightenment!

    You outdone yourself in each step further, my man!! :)

  4. Your Journey also felt like it could have been the Resolution. Either way a great way to bring it to an end. Or the start of a new beginning.

    1. Omo

      You’re right, Karen. It’s a cycle- Question for the next move and finding resolution keeping us on the road- a cycle of our life. ;)

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