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Wednesday, April 24, 2013 16 Comments





Two trees standing tall

rain, heat, chill, dust braving all
and then came a storm 
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birds flew, nests broken
leafs withered, twigs shaken and
roots jostled in storm
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Storm makes giants crawl
Even mighty prone to fall
it's nature at best.


These haiku (s) are written for-

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

16 comments:

  1. I am new to the blogging scene, more so to poems. I have heard the term Haiko a few times before but dont exactly know what it means. Regardless, this could so easily be made into a song! Lovely post.

    AKhil Kalsh. http://1hw.in

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  2. liked it specially the last lines
    Storm makes giants crawl
    Even mighty prone to fall
    it's nature at best

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  3. lovely

    PhenoMenon
    http://capturedalive.wordpress.com/2013/04/24/underneath-the-balmy-sky/

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  4. Nice set. We can't underestimate the power of nature:)

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  5. Nothing can come in the way on nature's fury.

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  6. This is amazing I loved especially the final haiku =)

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  7. Nice story. Nature always has her way. Neat picture to go with, too!

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  8. Very good nature poems.

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  9. Interesting image and a wonderful set to complement it Ekta!! Will come back and read the rest of your haiku for the challenge...

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  10. Oh! really loved this haiku of yours. Keep it up! what a description!

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  11. Nature is always so powerful !!!

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  12. Have just encountered your page and I guess you should be complimented for this piece. More power to you!

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