Wednesday, August 08, 2012

Courage - Haiku

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Sinbad the Sailor,
An epitome of courage,
Voyages galore.

He marches ahead,
Galloping on the high waves,
Calm and confident.

Fortitude, within,
Destination of courage,
Sure sign of victory.


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

32 comments:

  1. Sindbad and his exploits. Very familiar to youngsters that whatever he does is registered as courage and fun. Nice write, Green!

    Hank

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  2. Wow! Excellent haiku for courage!!

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  3. Often the best part of victory is feeling the zing of the courage involved!

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    1. Well said Gemma. Thanks for visiting :-)

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  4. Love the Sinbad reference.. strong Haiku for courage

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  5. excellent example and awesome movies!

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  6. imaginative haiku ~ well crafted ~ (A Creative Harbor)

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  7. These brought so many images. Nicely done.

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  8. Like I said, you are the king of haikus! LOL! This was awesome as always!

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    1. Thank You Jennifer ... and welcome to my blog :-)

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  10. An adventurous courageous Haiku loved it! :)

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  11. My dad was a commercial fisherman, going out to sea for 7-10 days in all kinds of nasty weather....I always told him he was the bravest man I knew...

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    1. I can understand, it must have been very brave of him :-)

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  12. Long live Sinbad in our hearts, strengthening our incipient courage!

    Courage in the Walls

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  13. Sindbad is not the only courageous sailor here. Aren't we all fighting it hard and strong to sustain our lives in this difficult world?
    Anyways, I enjoyed this courageous haiku. :)

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    1. Sinbad was just an example ... In reality, we all are sailing against high tides :-)

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  14. Sinbad is a great example of courage - well done :)

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