Thursday, 17 January 2013

Cold and Hungry



winds, cold 'n white

O my rumbling belly

Hibernate

For: Carpe Diem
Picture taken from: english.sina.com

41 comments:

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    1. Thank you so much for reading and appreciating!

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  2. nice one Meenakshi---very philosophical

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  3. Hi Meenakshi,

    A beautiful Haiku coming at the right time when the temperatures have suddenly dipped once again. I'm loving this weather and reading about hibernation makes me want to hit the bed once again :p :p ;p
    Thanks for the lovely post Meenakshi :)

    Regards

    Jay
    My Blog | My FB Page

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    1. Oh! I wish humans could also hibernate in winters!

      I am happy you share my enthusiasm for a long sleep;

      Thanks for reading!

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  4. Thankyou Meenakshi for enabling email subscription.. finally I am hooked on to your blog :)

    Good take at the haiku.

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  5. ...sorely tender! Achingly beautiful!!

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  6. oh yes.... 'the rumbling belly...hibernates'--awesome!

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    1. I wish it could, it would have solved half of world's problems.

      Thank you so much!

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  7. awesome....! so many thoughts..in so few words!

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  8. Welcome at Carpe Diem, a daily haiku meme. I am your host for Carpe Diem. What a great haiku you have shared here with us. Thank you. Hope to see you here again. Namaste.

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  9. Meenakshi your pic set me thinking--how cruel this season must be for the homeless & hungry.

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    1. Yes, mam. It is very unfortunate that downtrodden get the worst deal from nature too.

      Thanks for reading!

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  10. Excellent. An amazing master stroke!

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  11. Only if we and our bellies could hibernate in this winter ....

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  12. Simply brilliant Meenakshi!! We are lucky to be blessed with warm home laden with food.

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    1. Lucky we are, Reshma!

      Thanks for appreciating!

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    1. summers get equally harsh! excess of anything is bad!

      Thanks for visiting!

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  14. its excellent! This is the first time I got the link to come to your site. lovely work Meenakshi!

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