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Merging – Haiku


Would that I could be

A silhouette on your soul

Friends beyond sunsets!

1 March, 2012

On a prompt from Shail Mohan, in her reply on her beautiful post 🙂

Picture, Copyright,  Shail Mohan

Author: Usha Pisharody

A rambler, pretends to be a teacher, loves to dream, and go on Quixotic Quests in the Realm of Romance With Life...

21 thoughts on “Merging – Haiku

  1. Beautiful! Awesome!
    “Friends beyond sunset” What a phrase! And “silhouette on your soul” is out of this world.
    Love it, love it , love it!


  2. wow ! loved this .. it has infinite possibilities 😉


  3. Since my Haiku skills amount to zilch. Let me just say how you churn out so many is beyond me.
    The picture does have its own magic. You gave it a definition your own, beautifully so.


    • Tito… 🙂 it is the challenge I guess, of getting just so many syllables in and making sense 🙂 Have always loved to experiment with Haiku, and Shail’s picture was the perfect one to try another 🙂
      Thank you so much!


  4. What a beauty Usha “A silhouette on your soul” absolutely marvelous
    Loved it
    hugs 🙂


  5. Loved it!!! You guys are awesome 🙂 Aren’t some of us in the blogosphere silhouettes on each other’s souls?


  6. Beautiful shot! Great words!


  7. friends beyond sunsets indeed….God bless & love always…


  8. I love this. Beautiful 17 syllables painted a beautiful and vivid story. Excellence.


  9. “A silhouette on your soul” – Such beautiful play of words !
    Came here through Shails Nest and am so glad I discovered your Blog 😉


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