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Friday, 29 October 2010

A Remembrace

HAIKU POEM

Memories are left
To be engraved on the stone
A remembrance



Stones
They are noT
But your inscriptioN
Written among lot of burieD
Souls that have lived before on eartH.
I have come to see you in the graveyard witH
My grandma who bouqueted some flowers for yoU
And places on the top of your house that encloses youR
Remains of this world.She wants to reconnect this world of herS
To yours just to let you know that she still loves you and remembers yoU.


Written for the picture prompt in Magpie Tales

21 comments:

  1. a sweet magpie...i like to walk among the stones...

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  2. Wow....I like the way u express ur thoughts

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  3. Wow...I like the haiku...
    Love the "Stones" one.... :)

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  4. Well done Uma.. beautiful..liked it..

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  5. Both of these are quite well written. I too am a love of your Haiku.Love and Light, Sender

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  6. Nice. I like the monument shape, too.

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  7. @ALL Thanks..your comments always are valued

    @Jingle ..lol..no problem..your visit to my blog is much valued :)

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  8. this is very beautiful uma ..well done !!

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  9. I like the haiku best, Uma.. it says a lot more than the bigger one I felt! :)

    My Magpie

    PS: Thanks for the lovely BAT topic for November!

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  10. This is a beautiful Magpie, Uma. Both the Haiku and the poem are very nice, but the Haiku is my favorite, I think.

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  11. Uma, I like your style. Haiku imposed discipline and u did wonderfully well.

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  12. sweet haiku! such a testament of a few words full of meaning.

    'Stones they are not' when one remembers with love and wonder. Very nice writing!

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  13. a beautful poem, loved it ... i dont think i can ever write such nicely WELL DONE YOU !!!!!!!!

    Bikram's

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  14. This is such a lovely poem of remembrance. I love the pyramid shape, like it is a pyramid for the deceased.

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  15. Sweet, interesting tributary by form... nicely done.

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  16. Love the layout - it works so well with the content.

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  17. A fantastic tribute!
    And the visual you have created with your amazing words - really nice!!
    Keep up the awesomeness, Uma!

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  18. Loved this remembrance poem, Uma. You are very expressive.

    I also love to try my hand at haiku--I enjoyed reading yours today.

    Gayle xoxo

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