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Haiku II- TrueBlue

Wednesday, July 04, 2012 , , 22 Comments





Water splashes on window pane

clouds roars & hallelujah it rains again

nature' love truest of all

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This Haiku post is written for-

Haiku Heights (prompt word- True)

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

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  2. Nice one. Sadly this happens (rain) only on the days I hand wash my car.

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    1. Thanks...It happens with me too when I get my cloths washed....Alas!

      May be we can optimize this by importing you & ur car to Gurgaon...and make you wash ur car here...so that we too can have some rain in GGN! What Say?

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  3. nice one..and hey..that thousand watt smile on yr profile snap...keep the cheers buddy

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    1. Here's...have some more of them :) :) :)

      :)

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  4. Agree -- Nature's love is truest of all !!

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    1. Thanks So much...learning my way for haiku.

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  5. Oh how I long for rain during the heat of summer. Thanks for bringing it through a haiku.

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    1. Same here...Specially in Delhi- India, its such a denied luxury.

      Thanks for liking my piece :)

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  6. Hi Ekta, even I agree that rain is a wonderful way of nature showing her love to the world.

    It's a lovely haiku, however, I request you to keep to 17 "syllables" in the form, atleast for Haiku Heights. This is 5-7-5 in words, not syllables. Thank you.

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    1. Thanks Leo,

      I am quite new to haiku and learning my way to write a good one. Thanks for bearing with me and words of wisdom.

      Hope next haiku should be better.

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    2. Hey Leo,

      Can you help me understand how many syllables my haiku missed/ exceeded so that I can match your expectations.

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  7. Nice theme for the Haiku.I second with Leo and you can be sure of you haiku style as days pass :)

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    1. Thanks Uma... am trying...stay hooked, may be next haiku meets the cause and do justice :)

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  8. Is that why She is called mother nature?

    A wonderful Haiku.

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    1. Thank you so much...loved ur haiku a lot! keep visiting.

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  9. water splashes on window plane.. loved it :)

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    1. Thanks Anna...thank u so much! :)

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