Posted in Haiku, Poetry

A Haiku For Good Friday

The April Heights – Day 6. The prompt for today is ‘Hope’. I’m grateful to Ramesh Sood for the idea for the layout of these Haiku.

hope faded today,
blinded by futility –
a lost tomorrow

a lost tomorrow,
shattered dreams all around –
mankind lost forever

mankind lost forever,
a whirlpool of self loathing –
searching for a sign

searching for a sign,
a gentle man stepped forward –
mistrust cut him down

mistrust cut him down,
nailed him to a cross of thorns –
hope faded today



7 thoughts on “A Haiku For Good Friday

  1. Traditionally this was the last day with no hope. Your haiku expresses that so well. Thank goodness that despair was lifted very soon.


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