That's a very nice close-up detail of the wires. I see a letter "A" in it.
Hey, Inspiring words... I have this strange feeling of separation whenever i see such a barbed wire, like someone is bound and cant get free...
Ohh beautifully written - Simply fantastic!
@catsynth so true..just noticed it after i saw your comment..
I donot know what is happening here!! Whenever i comment here(this post) someone would also be doing the same simultaneously..happened twice before.. will it happen a third time?
Barbed ironies warnTrespassers keep a distanceLest ye be caught fast
Sukhmandir: Nice one even though it isnt 5-7-5. Thanks for dropping by--happy ww!Shantharam: :-)Barbed wires do say 'keep out' and 'ouch'. I cut my leg across one after I clicked the pic. But luckily no scars :)Ruch: Thank you! It's a strict 5-7-5 too. My first 'strict' Haiku.If you have written any I'd love to read..please send them to me. I love Haiku.Catsynth: Yes--I had noticed the A too :-)
5-7-5 refers to the sounds (syllables) does it?nice imagery!
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I love Haiku -there is a haiku post on my blog - not written by me but just the translations of a few of my favorite haikus in Japanese.The originals in japanese are simply superb. I am more of a 55 fiction sort of writer :-)
nice snap for wordless wednesday.
Shimmer: Interesting is an interesting word :)Jyotiajay: Thanks.I liked the snap too. It was clicked in Kerala but really it could have been anywhere.Ruch:Will surely check it.Suma: thank you. Pic clicked by yours truly :) Yes--5-7-5 is syllable count. Its really hard to get exact number of syllables yet express what you want.
Marvellous Preeti!The picture speaks the same as the haiku!Beautiful!http://shindeneeraj.blogspot.com
I love Haiku and I am glad you have discovered it.Can you also bring nature into your Haiku when you attempt it next?Great picture too!
Brilliant photo and caption, poetic words!Beautiful shot!
this is one of the best Haiku ive read! its so true! :)
There is something beautiful about pain,When felt so close up,The tangles of life have put our deaths in place...
loved the pic..
Hi there!Hmm such complexity in a tiny bit of barbed wire.
Hey! You are back! I like the new look :)great photograph too xo
The last line totally totally shifts the whole thing. Loved it :)Good Haiku is tough, as i am finding it now :). This one is super good
Prashant: yes, struggled a bit with that one..and here, when u read it, the we can be interpreted in two ways :) It can be 'snarled tangled we' or 'we mangle inseparably'. I liked the pic more though! Was on the phone to you minutes before I clicked it in my mom's village. Managed to cut my leg as well :)Gillian: Thank U! :)Devilmood: Happy new year! Yes--a complex bit of wire indeed :)Committed to life: Thanks! I was pleased with it too.
Kamal: Death is always in place, isnt it? I agree about the beauty in pain.Sunshine: yes! Thank u! :)Kiki:Thank you so much! Very kind words indeed.Bimal:Thanks a lot! I too liked the pic more than Haiku. I do love the Haikus where there is nature but I also like the ones which capture a relationship.Neeraj:Thank you so very much!
Only one: Thanks! :)
I dont know what you have written in Chinese--i presume it is something good. (and i presume it is chinese too :P ) Either ways--thank U :)
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