Saturday, 15 December 2012

Wishes...



holy night
Door creeks, anybody there?
fingers crossed

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God gave man
Wish to fly, forgot the wings
Never told why!


written for Haiku Heights
Picture taken from: gabrielal.multiply.com., flickr.com, 

59 comments:

  1. I think these haiku are amazing. I especially love the second one ~ brilliant!

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  2. man never stop questioning, wishing..
    We wish in silent, we pray aloud, amen.. amen.. - ♥

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    1. We wish in silent, we pray aloud, You had me thinking, are there some wishes we are ashamed to say aloud.

      Thanks for reading!

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  3. The 2nd one is amazing .... you are such a perfect haiku writer ... there is so much to learn in your posts :-)

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    1. This will take some time to sink in..........thanks:)

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  4. Lovely set!
    I loved the second one...wish he had imparted wings too!

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    1. Thanks Valli, I must say here your haiku on this prompt is amazing. I couldn't push it out of my mind!

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  5. Extraordinary! What talent you have...when will I learn to write Haiku. Syllable-counting is such a hassle for me :(

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    1. Thank you so much, I don't know if this is worth these kind words. But I am elated!!

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  6. loved the second one more than the first which is fabulous:))

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  7. Both are equally amaizing... first one is very deep

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  8. Nice set! I liked the second one especially!:)

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  9. love it... both of the sets were awesome...
    first one shows an expectation...while the second one calls for human aspiration...!!!

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  10. Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog :)
    You made me smile :)

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  11. loved it!loved it!

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  12. I like to think it's Santa with his sack of goodies at the door:)

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  13. hmmm it oculd b eanybody now .. I would hope santa

    and good did not give feathers .. imagine the damage mankind would have done

    Bikram's

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    1. Santa or papa, or any guest that you wish should join in the snowy, lonely festive night.

      hahaha.........So Bikram here fighting God'd case. But I agree....We have already snatched land from other creatures. Atleast sky should be spared.

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  14. Hi Meenakshi,

    'wish to fly, forgot the wings' Wonderful lines. Good creativity.
    Keep posting good stuff. :)

    Regards

    Jay
    http://road-to-sanitarium.blogspot.in/

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    1. Thank you so much, Jay! I hope I never disappoint you!

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  15. yes, god forgot the wings. loved those lines!

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    1. Thank you! it is mutual craving I guess:)

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  17. Beautiful haiku...The second one is superb...

    Thanks for stopping by my blog :)

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  18. beautiful words.wah comes out naturally. keep up the gr8 work.wondering I know u for so long now but didn't know about ur this azaming qulaity.

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  19. I read, admire
    never comment..
    never find what to say
    short of words, I pray...

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    1. Your prayers shine like light to show me the path ahead. Thank you so much for your poem full of love and blessings!

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  20. the second one really said it well. but even if he did not give us wings, he gave us the power to fly, to soar and reach out to anything our heart desired.

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    1. true! Our mind power spans more than wings!

      Thanks Prema!

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  21. These are wonderful. Love the photos as well.

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    1. Thank you so much for visiting and appreciating!

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  22. God gave man
    wish to fly

    forgot the wings
    inspired to try..

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