Thursday, February 14, 2013

Harbor

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paper boat
lost in sea
searches for harbor


This Haiku is shared with NaHaiWriMo (Feb 14) - Harbor.





28 comments:

  1. You could continue this one haiku, I think it would make a lovely poem.

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  2. intense.... your blog looks so good ....

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  3. Paper boat reminds me of my childhood!

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  4. is it a paper harbor?

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  5. paper boat reminds me of summer rains...

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  6. i love paper boats...there is a harkening back to childhood in them for me...and a whimsy....very cool...

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    1. Ya they remind me of my childhood too :-)

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  7. Quite a story in so few words. Nice.

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  8. There is a song in the movie THE BONG CONNECTION called Majhi Re - although the song is in Bengali, the last stanza is in Hindi - do hear it if you get the chance...your post reminded me of that song :)

    I nominated you for the Liebster Award! Check out my blog for more details :)

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    1. Yes I love that song ... I am surprised you listen to Bengali songs :-)

      Thanks for the award :-)

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    2. I am a pseudo-Bengali! Lived in Kolkata for almost 17 years and still keep visiting!

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    3. Wow ... that's great to know :-) I love Anjan Dutt too :-) You like his music?

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    4. Yes I do :) :) Staying away from Kolkata for almost 5 years pushes me a little behind on hearing good Bengali songs :) If you hear of any good ones, I'd like you to let me know of them :) :) You have my e-mail, I hope :D :D (divya.srivastava1989@gmail.com)

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    5. Sure I would let you know :-) sent you a chat request on gmail !!!

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  9. Paper boats, hmmm, interesting ... I often dream of me being in a boat with a glass bottom ... wonder what that means.

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    1. Ah ... that's something I need to think about !!!

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  10. So often they drown, never reach a harbour, nicely penned!

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