That is such a romantic one! Beautifully crafted! :)When waves transport to the new shore
Dear Pranita,शुक्रिया !
Locked in your heartA passion for languagesI like what I readA wonderful angle for the photograph to express what you wanted to put across. Thank you.
Wow...Very sweet romantic haiku....:)
Very lovely words ~
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Thank you!Indeed dear Leo, I love languages. I grew up in a country where at least 3 of them were used on a daily basis, and I have been learning a few more ever since I realized that a language could be called a foreign language, but that it could not be so for my heart and my mind…Dear Vållῐ, Thank you too! I read your profile and then went to your blogs… The drawings ( with the music that accompany them) are great but I'd love to be able to read your blog ツ ♥ హృదయ కవిత ♥ ツ, but on my screen I cannot get anything but violet squares. For a linguist this is puzzling… Is there a way for me to be able to read what you write? Dear Grace,I like your photos and love your poems. Amazingly pure and nice.
how beautiful life would be if hugs and kisses had every answer :) every key :) loved your haiku totally reflects my mood today!
Tres bien ~ much amour here ~ lovely romantic haiku ~ thanks, ^_^
your photo and haiku are so lovely and romantic.....made me feel young again.,..
Second line so nicely written, trust me, best usage of prison I have ever seen!
Claude, did you get my comment for the joy haiku on the other blog? I keep returning to it to see if it's moderated, but no dice. :)So you know Hindi too, thats really nice? बहुत खूब लिखते है आप, क्लॉड !
Dear Leo,I don't write that well in Hindi: I know a few words! I have to use a dictionary and a computer programme to write. The only Indian Language I started studying seriously was Bengali, when I discovered Rabindranath Tagore, and after I translated his Stray Birds (from his own English translation). Because of lack of practice, I gave up a long time ago. Two years ago I met a Bengali family on the train in Geneva. The only two sentences I could remember then were Hago baka, and Ami Beshi boka, they agreed with me that knowing how to say Hi spinster! and I am the greatest fool! would not be useful in Tagore's country.Dear Leo, I checked and could not find your comment anywhere… This happened to me too on some blogs. They appeared after a few days. Do it again please!
Hi Claude! I didn't realize it's a different blog until much later. It's the first time I see you write a love haiku. The photo looks interesting.
Amazing haiku! I love it - especially the idea with the cell full of hugs and kisses!
Now that's romantic one... beautiful sir!
Full of romance and/or love :)Flaming Locks
Such a sweet one. :)