I just sit upon a writing desk, and write. And then, I tell stories. Legends of long ago.
Touching!!! Well written...Stuck in race of time
Thank you Pranita.
Ninot Ma'am,December can be quite a risky month then. Nicely!Hank
Decembers, Sir Hank, can mean endings or new beginnings...
Perhaps it will rise again as new year approaches! hoping for a love-ly times ahead! :)
Looks that way, DreamGirl...
May the storms recede and love fill the heart in the New Year then, Ninot. It'll be something to look for in the year as well.
I look forward to that lovely thought, Leo. Thanks!
Heart storms seem to produce the wildest rages!Still the StormAny possibility that you could turn off word verification? It's really annoying! Thank you!
Trying to get this done. Can you please share tips how I do this :)
storms rage, love dims....nice contrast in that...
Yes Brian. I begin to appreciate the calm and sane existence. Rudy and I took our five girls and my Mum and sister to see Rise of the Guardians - for the midnight show - it was such a busy day. Saw my newborn nephew...The girls - all of them enjoyed the movie and so did we.I was thinking of your students, how we so easily lose everything suddenly. My elder girls were doing the 'Cup Song' after dinner befor ethe movie, we were laughing...such mundane everyday stuff - a family dinner - that seemed so precious.Take care Brian.
Let's rush through December then, much maligned month of Darkness.
I love December actually - time to take stock and mentally set sights for the upcoming year!
I like the highs and lows there... Haiku is such a beautiful way to show a lot in just 17 syllables and you, Nino, have done cool job here. TaTarun
I don't remember my words being described as cool before. That's neat. Thank you for dropping by. I loved your blog too, and while new at haiku - do agree that it is a beautiful format. I love our traditional pantun - but it is difficult to come up with good ones - the format ifs not that easy.
A raging heart can be the wildest of storms! Nicely done!
Oh yes, Wabisabi - that is so true!
I like the contrast from the first and last line ~Please take out your word verification to make commenting easier ~
I think I have it figured now. Hope yopu find commenting easier now!
"Love dims slowly." Poignant haiku, Ninot.......and lovely, as always.
Thank you Sherry...Love should be memorable, poignant with a tinge of nostalgia.Even today, I miss my early romancing days with Rudy!
Storms of the heart are relentless storms! Beautiful!
Storms of the heart - whether here, in Australia, or on the moon, are relentless! Thanks Gemma!
I echo all the above comments! (which I actually read)
Thank you Judit - great to see you here!
Raging heart! very nice take on prompt!
Thanks Meenakshi. I was thinking of Storms in a teacup when this idea came up.
Storms of the heart are extra dangerous in December ;-)
Yup! It can go either way! Thank you for dropping by...
I like your take on this prompt
Thank you Jenny. I love December - as the year slowly comes to its end, I find more time to write.
Quite a storm of words, too. Excellent.
Thank you Anthony. I like to think of haiku like precious offerings in a teacup - in this case, a storm in a teacup!
When it brightens up, it becomes more meaningful and we tend to appreciate it more :)I love December because the kids are at home enjoying their holiday.Beautiful haiku, Ninot!
I love December too and always look forward to more time with the family.Cuddling up in the aftermath of a thunder and lightning is always great!
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