Monday, October 11, 2010

Blemish - Haiku Heights

crooked man’s
beautiful face-
refined blemish


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dr.antony said...

I cant describe my feelings looking at that.

Daliana Pacuraru said...

Thank you, my friend!
Regards from Romania

Saras said...

Very Good one! Nalini

Amity said...

Hi Nalini;

so thoughtful verses...i guess it means much deeper...:-)

was a li'l bit frightened with the mask, I always do, dunno why!

thanks for taking part in my prompt suggestion Nalini.. :-)

eyeography said... well written... :)

Nanka said...

Amazing picture to aptly describe the Haiku lines.It surely is a very refined blemish.

Jingle said...


Hari said...

Nice verse. The mask looks like a Venetian mask.

Anonymous said...

Awesome! Just awesome. Just nitpicking - is this 'form' correct as per Haiku? I don't know, honestly, just asking :-)
Loved your Haiku.

Nalini Hebbar said...

@Writerzblock...haiku is a Japanese form and the set syllables are for the Japanese language. English has a different way of counting syllables and thus a total of 17 or less would make a haiku more readable and read 'how to write a haiku' by following the link.

Uma Anandane said...

very well crafted the poem ..nice

Anonymous said...

Haiku for thought and I couldn't agree more that there is beauty in the blemish. Great pen :)

Bing Yap said...

profound thoughts and perfect imagery... great haiku!

डा0 हेमंत कुमार ♠ Dr Hemant Kumar said...

Haiku's words and picture ---both are creating nice kolas.
best wishes.

Strummed Words said...

The verse and picture say so much! Very nice.