Saturday, November 19, 2011

Haiku for HH and OSI



Haiku

Written for Haiku Heights
prompt: Urn

Thanks to Nanka of Quills for the prompt

A bronze urn
Filled with water,
My health drink…


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Written for OSI
Prompt: Seeking

Thanks to Harshadji for the prompt this week..


Seeking ‘self’
In your expressions
Ego's need..


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Also Shared with Postcard from Paradise...


Earth seeks Moon
Shining stars resist
Night walks quiet…



RS : ) 


18 comments:

  1. "Earth seeks Moon
    Shining stars resist
    Night walks quiet…" so there is someone who wants to get something, the other who stops him and yet another who is indifferent. You capture real life in nature and more so you capture human in stars, earth and night

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  2. I love all of them! - so poetic. And the last lines of each are perfect endings. Great set.

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  3. I too try bronze urn filled with water overnight.

    And how true, ego seeks 'self' every where!

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  4. Hi Ramesh,

    I appreciate your comments and visiting my blob. This muse has been busy with work and not written much lately. Big issues changing our company and our world. As usual, I enjoy reading your work. My best, Rob.

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  5. Wonderful haikus, my favorite is:
    Seeking 'self'
    In your expressions
    Ego's need.

    Greetings.

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  6. Rich gleaming bronze urns were such a common feature in Indian homes!! Good to know you still use it RS!! Nice soul searching for self esteem, the ego does need a boost!!

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  7. Enjoyed all three. Excellent words.

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  8. Ramesh - rich word imagery! Thank you for sharing!

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  9. Such beauty in each haiku...my favorite is the last one...

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  10. Three beautiful haikus Ramesh. I love the last especially!

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  11. short but stirring take on ego. i like it!

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  12. Wonderfull haiku. Using an urn in that way ... very spiritual thought. The water of life ...

    Namaste

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  13. Oh that Ganga Jal - an Indian's salvation - Nice bit of spirituality woven into haiku.

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