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Forget-me-Not

Monday, July 30, 2012 , 12 Comments

(picture: designed by Ekta khetan for this blog)

I
it curled on your touch
shied away under the skin
blooms happily since

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II
forget me not world,
when I am alive, rather
missing when am dead

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III
forget me not, were
his words painted on that cloth
I still remember

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Written for Haiku heights 154
Prompt word- "Forget me not"


The autor is half Human, half machine. Go Figure or just revel in what I write

12 comments:

  1. Nice one. But so sad. I like happy ones. Here is a quote from Lord Alfred Tennyson:


    The sweet forget-me-nots,
    That grow for happy lovers.

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    1. Point taken...i was in time constraint and had to finish it within 30 minutes before I went to sleep...will make even happier ones soon :)

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    2. Sad or happy, the point is: you wrote!

      Forget-Me-Nots

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    3. Thanks Mark...Thank u so much :)

      Hope u liked it.

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  2. I agree with SG.. good haiku all, but a tad sad. :D Take 2 perhaps, Ekta?

    A request in general.. can u have a non-dynamic template perhaps? This rejects my comments at times.

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    1. Thanks Leo! Finally....

      :) :) :)

      I have taken ur feedback and now wouldn't change my template so often...hope the bug is fixed now :)

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    2. I meant the template.. not the background :) Something in "Simple" or "Picture Box" etc.. rather than the dynamic one.

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    3. This Dynamic should work fine...checked...if you face any further issue...pl let me know! :)

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  3. Sounds good. However my knowledge on Haiku is absolute zero.

    I love poetry and this one looks like 55 words kinda poetry. Good one. The picture is creative.

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    1. Thanks Shweta.

      Haiku is short form of poetry often written in 3 lines following the pattern of 5,7,5 syllables in each.

      Normally Haiku is written for/ on nature etc. Trust that helps.

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  4. Beautiful Haiku. I loved the first one.

    You asked about how to write in Hindi. I type here http://www.google.com/transliterate/ and copy/paste it on my blog. :)

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    1. Hi Saru,

      So very happy to see you here. Yes, I loved your poetry on death of a soul.

      Thanks for help...have couple of poems in Hindi (written ages back) that I thot of sharing on my blog :)

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