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Thursday, September 8, 2011
Desert Yearns for Rain..
Haiku Heights Challenge Prompt : Yearn
Desert yearns for rain Yearning for that what is not A part of nature..
Now this could be his craving too..
Elephant put her On diet of proteins, yearns to See Ant gaining weight
Nature filters rain at her own discretion and whim! And the yearn of the desert almost becomes a characteristic of the desert! Lovely haikus!ReplyDelete
:-)...so cute. I am waiting to see if the high protien diet works! hahah!ReplyDelete
Ramesh, this is a good one. Love your story of the Elephant and ant.ReplyDelete
Your ant haikus always bring a smile on my face....ReplyDelete
And the desert analogy could go true for us...we constantly seek to be something we are not.
The Desert terrain so arid and dry looks as if yearning for rain!! ....and the elephant lol!!.. is becoming a scream RS!! :DReplyDelete
Two more good ones!ReplyDelete
Desert yearns for rain.ReplyDelete
Two great haiku.ReplyDelete
We also often yearn for things that are not possible.
I love the continuing ant and elephant tales.
Desert and rain can so easily translated to include so much.ReplyDelete
This rain idea as a thought for the word Yearn is evident in many blogposts today. Hope it rains soon. In the meantime, not sure who is on the diet, the elephant or the ant!ReplyDelete
Love these Rameesh. The ant one made me chuckle.ReplyDelete
Elephant put herReplyDelete
On diet of proteins, yearns to
See Ant gaining weight
Ant eats the protein
runs elephant laps each day
to keep herself svelte.
That first haiku is gorgeous!ReplyDelete
oh, torrents in the desert aren't quite possible, are they now? :)ReplyDelete
Nice twist on the the yearning... but true.ReplyDelete
Hope ant gains a little weight... enjoying the series.
I enjoy your ant/elephant haiku's so much, you must put them together and make a tiny illustrated booklet with them...ReplyDelete
looks like we both had the desert in mind for this prompt! = )ReplyDelete
RS, as usual I read so much more in your haiku, and it is not at all about the desert.ReplyDelete