Saturday, July 7, 2012

Our day, her vital night!

Courtesy

Sun rays poke and wake
Shine brightness under covers
Frowning night buddy!


Queen of the night rests 
Blossom bed of sunflowers
Day, her vital night!


Dusk discharges light
Darkness whistles her way out
Up and awake moon!






Perspective is such a beautiful thing. Generalizing is a bad thing especially when it comes to humans. Everyone have their own individual identity which they strive life long to create. Generalizing people based on color, caste, nationality, religion, sex, region is totally absurd. Identity is vital to life.

This Haiku is written for the Haiku Heights. The prompt for this week is 'VITAL'.



Longing luscious hair
Dreaming the beautiful life
Make peace with the Dove

Read my entry for the DOVE contest hosted on IndiBlogger --> How Dove nourished my Soul..!
Vote for me if you like it here.


24 comments:

  1. Wonderful haiku ~ very insightful and aware ~ thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)

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  2. I can most definitely hear the darkness whistling her way out!

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  3. yes, identity....great message sent with beautiful words...

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  4. A lovely take on the prompt, Pranita.

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  5. I like the blossom bed of sunflowers ~

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  6. "Dusk discharges light
    Darkness whistles her way out
    Up and awake moon!"

    Could more or less picture the transition of the light of day to darkness and light again of the moon beams. Beautiful write Pranita!

    Hank

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    1. Exactly the picture in my mind as i wrote it! :)
      Thanks Hank for pointing it out!

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  7. As soon as I click your name these days I know for sure I am gonna open a whole new different meaning to the prompt..and this one was one of them :) yet again!

    What an happy image have you manifested here! beautiful! optimism brims here.. lovely!

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    1. Thanks so much Sweety! You're too kind to me.. :)
      Cheers!

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  8. I like sunflowers, Pranita. I wonder that the night is time for them to rejuvinate.
    ..

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    1. That's a beautiful thought.. rejuvenating in the moonlight! :)

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  9. Hey Pranita :)
    Amazing post, as usual.

    Made me think.. :)

    I hope you remember me, Pink Dragon. I've changed my blog address.

    Hope to keep in touch.
    :)

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    1. I remember indeed! :) Thanks a lot..
      Cheers!

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