Hope

Dark clouds have cried down,
There can only be sunshine now;
To blaze what remains…

~Another try on haiku, for Ronovan’s haiku challenge for this week using the words ‘clouds’ and ‘sunshine’. Featured image taken from the terrace on an evening just after a heavy rain. Pune rains are like this, sudden unexpected pour downs and then sunlight spreads like we just switched the lights on..

Dedicate this to all those who are going through a tough time. There’s always sunshine behind the clouds; the darker the clouds are, the sooner going to be the rain, and the sunshine to follow…~

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25 Comments Add yours

  1. Josh says:

    Superb! 🙂

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    1. aishahnaaz says:

      Thank you Josh!! 🙂

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  2. elaine says:

    the darker the clouds are, the sooner going to be the rain, and the sunshine to follow…””
    thats really a positive way of looking into tough times:)

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    1. aishahnaaz says:

      Yeah.. that’s how I try to heal myself from every fall.. my dad always says ‘once you hit the ground, you can’t fall further; then there’s only the upward way’
      Thank you very much for stopping by. 🙂

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    1. aishahnaaz says:

      Thank you so much inky!! 🙂

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      1. You’re welcome! 🙂

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  3. Akhila says:

    good one aisha.. just welcome those clouds to see the sunshine behind it

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    1. aishahnaaz says:

      Yeah.. who’d love rain more than us keralites!
      Thank you!! 🙂

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  4. khansana1000 says:

    Great! You are becoming a Haiku expert 🙂 loved it. There is always sunshine after the dark clouds, it is law of nature, the law of Allah ,just hang on there, the pain ,the sadness will all go away soon inshaAllah ..

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    1. aishahnaaz says:

      Thank you very much!! No expert yet haha!
      You’re a very positive person! Yeah, the sunshine will indeed come!

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  5. stacilys says:

    Lovely haiku. The title is perfect for it too. 🙂

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    1. aishahnaaz says:

      Thank you so much Staci.. keep visiting! 🙂

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      1. stacilys says:

        Hey, are you from Pune, India? I have been to India a couple of times. Even lived in Jaipur for a few months while my husband was doing a course there.
        🙂

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      2. aishahnaaz says:

        Wow, that’s great!! Yeah, as of now I’m in Pune. But not a native. I’m originally from Kerala. The lower most state on Indian map known as god’s own country. 🙂 Jaipur is an ancient city with many forts and all. I’ve also been there for tour. 🙂 Have you been to Kerala?

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      3. stacilys says:

        Hey there, I have never been to south India, but my brother has been to Kerala a couple of times. Very hot place.
        I have been to Kolkata, Darjeeling and Pedong as well.
        Hope you’re having a wonderful weekend.
        🙂

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      4. aishahnaaz says:

        Kerala is hot compared to Darjeeling and upper India but cooler than middle India and Kolkata. 🙂 Monsoon lasts for about 9 months a year, so it’s almost always green all around. So if you’re planning ever to visit Kerala, better make it between June and January, Feb to May can be very hot.
        Happy writing!! 🙂

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      5. stacilys says:

        Oh wow! Monsoon for 9 months. That’s a lot of rain. I’m sure it’s beautiful.
        I will have to keep those dates in mind if I should ever be so lucky to go.
        Have a lovely week.
        🙂

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      6. aishahnaaz says:

        Yeah. I’ll post pictures of my home sometime. 🙂

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      7. stacilys says:

        Great! Thanks.
        🙂

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  6. revels1 says:

    Loved it! Little, but epic. You’re pretty good mate 🙂

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    1. aishahnaaz says:

      Thankuu so much revels!! 😍😍 It really means a lot!

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  7. This is a very good advise for those in despair.
    Every dark cloud (problem) has a silver lining(Hope), which tells us that SUNSHINE(Happiness) is coming Soon.

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    1. aishahnaaz says:

      Yeah!! Your related them the best way! Can’t put it any better 🙂 Thank you very much.

      Liked by 1 person

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