Thursday, November 29, 2012

Conflict Ignites Fire

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Conflict ignites fire
Of action and reaction
Clouds raining ashes.

Clouds raining ashes
Nature reacts furiously
The birth of Phoenix.

The birth of Phoenix
Cradled in the Divine womb
Rising against odds.

Rising against odds
A lesson to remember
Conflict ignites fire.


This Haiku is shared with Sensational Haiku Wednesday and the Prompt is Reaction.







38 comments:

  1. Its beautiful and how amazingly the picture suits the content. Brava..!!

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  2. Conflict Ignites Fire ....!!!
    Every time when i visit your blog, i find something different from my previous visits....and the best thing is, you have the power of expressing vast feelings in least possible words....
    Keep it up...!!
    God bless you. ..

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  3. So very true of life, unfortunately!

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  4. I like the interlocking Haiku on this idea, a chain so tight that nothing could separate the two.

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  5. So true! And beautifully described! As ever. x

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  6. And so we come full circle.

    Beautifully done.

    Cheers!
    JzB

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  7. I agree with the comment above...we come full circle indeed

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  8. Wow such dynamic poetry buddy... Awesomely done :) Keep going, fierce battle yet to be won ! :D ;)

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  9. How meaningful! very well layered. the point couldn't have been driven home better!! I agree with Noopur!

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  10. Ah, the phoenix! Nicely done.

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  11. I like the repetition..the boldness and strength of the words roaring for themselves..jae

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  12. It's like a chain isn't it??

    Liked the words chosen!

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  13. Rising against odds
    A lesson to remember
    Conflict ignites fire

    Exactly GS but many just ignore it! Nice cascades!

    Hank

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  14. I like the repetition too. It adds to the full power of the Haiku's as a whole.
    Love the legend of the Phoenix, she (always think of it as she) is one of my favourite birds/legends.

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  15. Your Haikus always sell like hot cakes. This one is no different!

    Very apt and innovative.

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