Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Joy of first journey!

© Written by Tarang Sinha






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Toddlers take their steps
Anxiety mingled with zest
Joy of first journey!



Written for The Haiku Challenge

13 comments:

  1. I think the children have the zest for a journey but the parents have the anxiety! Lovely haiku!

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  2. Yeah, dead good, when my son was learning to walk he would take four or five steps and fall over, I told him that when he could take six steps without falling then he would be able to walk. And that's exactly what happened.

    Nicely!

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  3. What a sweet picture! And the Haiku is so true to life. I have enjoyed your writings very much. So good to have shared this challenge with you.

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  4. A lovely and lilting way to end this month-long journey with you. Thank you!

    Journey with My Muse

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  5. I love this haiku and that picture of a toddler ... wonderful to see how children are exploring the world and go on their own journey to discover the world and their own personality.
    Thank you for walking with us the Haiku Journey.

    Namaste

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  6. Loved it, Tarang - and what a charming photo! Thanks for your support!

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  7. I love your haiku to the core.. Thanks for being part of Haiku Challenge 2012.. SmileS..

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  8. Oh what a delightful direction ... the first steps of a life's journey!

    It has been a joy to visit you and your creative contributions this past month. In many ways it is difficult to believe the challenge is over, and in other ways, I am glad. :D It has been a pleasure. Thank you ~~ Here is my last day ... Day 29.

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  9. I love their first journey...this is lovely ~

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  10. This is a sweet haiku on journey....Awww!...first foot steps...Cute boy!

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  11. @ Gemma: Yes, you're right! Thank you:)

    @ SweetTalkingGuy: :) Thanks!:)

    @ Ellecee: Thank you so much for such a nice comment!:)

    @ MMT: Yes, it was a lovely journey though I couldn't participate in every prompt. Thank you!:)

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  12. @ Chèvrefeuille: It's indeed a wonderful experience to see children grow and learn various things. Thank you! Namaste:)

    @ Vidya: Thank you so much! Glad you liked it:)

    @ Someone is special: Thank you so much! I quite enjoyed writing for The Haiku Challenge!

    @ Becca: Thank you so much for such a nice comment! I'm glad you liked it. I liked your writings too:)

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  13. @ Grace: Thank you!:)

    @ Valli: Thanks!:)

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