Tuesday, April 09, 2013

Incense Sticks



refined contentment
swirls around the scented mist
eyes closed in prayer


This Haiku is shared with Haiku Heights - Incense.




37 comments:

  1. Very pure and true to the prompt...wonderful..

    http://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2013/04/aroma-of-first-crush.html

    RS

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  2. scented mist.. wonderful haiku!! Keep writing:)
    And if you'd like to read mine, here it is: Vain Energy

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  3. Contentment and prayer, this comes first to mind when we imagine incense stick. Nice!

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  4. I haven't seen agarbattees since a long time, but I remember what train of thoughts they took me to, when I was a kid. Lovely haiku, as always. :)

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  5. Contentment indeed - beautiful Haiku GS

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  6. Very nice...the swirling mist and prayer.

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  7. "scented mist" Ahhhh, the fragrance! Lovely!

    Incense

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  8. love the scent of incense. Your haiku is a neatly knit poem surrounding it:)

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  9. Can feel the divinity in the haiku! :)

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  10. The choices of words are so fitting for this haiku which has a religious touch. :)

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  11. Perfect setting for deep meditation and prayer!!

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  12. Relaxing scents really do relax the mind don't they?

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  13. lovely prayer. I can feel the peace

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  14. "refined contentment", I like those words. There is a feeling of peace after reading your haiku,,,

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  15. I burn incense as well ... uhm ... because I smoke ... but I'm working on quitting ... not a very elegant comment, I know ...

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    1. Aah, you should quit it, it's never healthy you know :-)

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  16. The incense sticks, also known as Agarbattis are used on large scale for various puja purposes. Contact the renowned incense sticks supplier for purchasing incense sticks in bulk quantities.

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  17. Thank You for this interesting blog... Incense sticks have always been there to aid humanity while worshipping, meditation, relaxing, etc. In India, incense sticks are deeply attached to all rejuvenating, social as well as religious activities.

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  18. Incense sticks have a very high spiritual value especially for people of India. They burn
    incense sticks during their rituals and poojas. They believe that it keeps them away from
    demons and creates a safe surrounding.

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