Thursday, November 4, 2010

Diwali's Happy Feast of Haikus..



A very Happy Diwali to all the happy hearts visiting this page today.. ‘Diwali’ is India’s Festival of Lights which falls on New Moon’s night..


Here are my Diwali Haikus..

Moon hides to cherish
Beauty of shining Earth, on
Festival of lights


Festival of lights
Arrays of candles burn bright
Inner space glows..


Inner space glows
Kind words, happy greetings
Festival of lights


Festival of lights
Firecrackers burst, deafening
Celebrations..

Added for Haiku Heights Prompt: Clasp


Celebrations clasp
In my fingers, sparkler
Lits my face and soul


Cheers and smiles
..all the way...today..and forever...




19 comments:

  1. wishing a very happy diwali to you..you captured the spirit of diwali beautifully ramesh ji...

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  2. Pyaara Dost,
    Happy Deepavali!
    May your words always brighten up the lives of the readers,
    May your presence bring the glow of friendship,
    May your smile spread the fragrance of love and care,
    May your life shine and glow!
    Wishing you a wonderful Deepavali,
    Sasneham,
    Anu

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  3. I love Haiku. I always have something pop in my head, anywhere I am and count on my fingers.

    You are a master of it...

    Love your work

    Wysteria

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  4. Wish you a very happy diwali Rameshji.. These are wonderful...

    Thanks for the wonderful comment on my blog.. I have pen down my thought for Diwali as well..

    --Someone Is Special--

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  5. Ramesh--
    A very happy diwali to you. I wrote something about diwali on my blog for you after your response to the morning glories. Perhaps it will come to your mailbox. Beautiful haikus about a very special holiday. The moon plays a very significant role in your universe to be sure, even though she is hiding tonight.
    Peace,
    Noelle
    http://theangelswearfins.blogspot.com/2010/11/haiku-my-heart-dawn-at-bosque-del.html

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  6. Thank you for your wishes.

    Excellent Haikus.

    Wishing you and your loved ones Happy Diwali & Saal Mubarak.

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  7. Happy Diwali to you. Each of your haiku are so beautiful.
    Diwali has been celebrated all day today as we have a huge Indian community here in our town which adds a real richness.
    Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving a lovely haiku for me in your comment.

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  8. Happy Diwali to you, and everyone.
    Your haikus are great. You’re a master of this stuff.

    All the best, Boonie

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  9. How beautiful! Your description in the first haiku shines like the moon itself in all it's glory on a clear full moon night. The moon's modesty, permitting the bejewelled earth to sparkle in splendour honouring the festival of Diwali.

    Such a wonderful vision you paint, who needs images!

    Happy Diwali Ramesh

    Sue x

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  10. Yes, inner space glows!!! Happy Diwali!!!

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  11. Happy Celebration, friend.
    you deserve happiness.

    I signed in to follow your blog,
    welcome following our blog back.

    see you at our potluck tonight.
    Cheers.
    xxx

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  12. beautifully penned Ramesh...

    where do you get inspiration?

    your space is as lively as the Diwali celebrations....

    happy Diwali!

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  13. Smiling Thankks to everyone here..

    Amity..inspiration comes from appreciation the way you do it so graciously..thanks! and the way the life has been moving about..

    Jingle Poetry.. thanks you made me happy.. I am already a follower of your page.. and that's been pretty useful and inspiring too..

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  14. oh such a wonderful thing to clasp celebrations, Rji.. lovely Diwali haikus..! :)

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  15. Great haikus! I hope you have a wonderful Festival of Lights!

    Teresa

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  16. Happy Diwali to you my friend.
    Loved all of your Haiku. Hope the sweet were good.


    Melanie

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  17. beautiful haikus.Belated Happy Diwali !

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