Monday, 26 September 2016

It's Magic!


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Haiku is a traditional form of a Japanese poetry that consists of 3 lines, following a 5-7-5 syllable rule (first and third line 5 syllables, middle line 7 syllables). They don’t necessarily have to rhyme.


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  1. The beginning of love. What a beautiful time. May it grow!

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    1. Thanks Shubha! Glad you liked it!

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  3. Sigh... you make me yearn for stuff that seems so impossible for me to find right now ::(

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    1. Haha.. Well, search for it and grab it soon! ;)

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  4. Beautiful lines.The moat beautiful emotion is love.

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    1. Yes, it truly is! Glad we've experienced it!

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  5. Beautiful lines. I should learn more about Haiku. Good attempt, Geetika :)

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    1. You sure should. Thanks Shalini!

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  6. Ah, mush! I love such poems! They make me go weak in the knees! :)

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    1. Awww.. I too enjoy writing them. Doesn't it makes everything all fresh?

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  7. Syallable - does it mean words? This is new to me and its a challenge to write this. Your second line has 6 words and third line has 4 words. Pls explain more.

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    1. No it doesn't means words. It the change in sound that is counted. For eg. Poetry, it has three syllable (Po-et-ry) or Haiku, so it has two syllables Hai-ku. Clear?
      Let me know if you want to know more!

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  8. Lovely with a lot of love :)

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  9. love how one glance can lead to a lifetime!!!
    i have not been on the blogosphere for a long while.. :)
    good to be back and read u

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    1. Yes. It's feels good to have you back! How have you been?
      Thanks for dropping by :)

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  10. Wow Geetika, This is lovely. i aint much of a Haiku person. As in I can never express myself in lesser words... But leave reading them nevertheless...

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    1. Thank you Ramya! But you should try your hands on it, it's really interesting to write!

      Cheers
      Geets

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  11. Wow..Geets this is really good..I am impressed as I am not at all good in Haiku..good one :)

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    1. Thanks Deepa! Don't you worry, I'll teach you to write one!

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  12. This is beautiful, Geets. Sending in loads of love. :)

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  13. Ohhhhhh loooove:-) Gorgeous Geets - for sure - its magical:-) Best in life:-)

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    1. Thanks a ton Eli! Pleasure to hear from you!

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