Thursday, February 23, 2012

The joy of giving

© Written by Tarang Sinha



The joy of giving
Brings a peaceful smile and a
Sense of contentment


Sense of contentment
Lies in fulfilling someone’s
Cherished wish and dreams

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Cherished wish and dreams
Keep hopes alight, offering
A new horizon


Written for: The Haiku Challenge
Shared @ Poets United


15 comments:

  1. I love these three haiku. They go great together and each stands alone. Beautiful.

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  2. Love the idea of offering a new horizon! Delightful!

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  3. New horizens wait for all of us.. well said..

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  4. Ah, but the question is: Who will fulfill YOUR dreams and wishes?

    Sheep Joy and Blanket Joy



    Would you please consider using only comment moderation and forgetting about Blogger's new, and very-difficult-to-read word verification? My eyes will thank you, and, honestly, you really don't need both. It's overkill. Thanks again.

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  5. I enjoyed this Haiku very much. We all have our cherished dreams. Thank you

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  6. 'Sense of contentment' Very truly said.....You mentioned facts in a poetic way!
    Beautiful dear :)

    A burning candle

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  7. @ Terri: Thank you so much!:)

    @ Janaki: Thanks!:)

    @ Gemma: Thanks a lot!:)

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  8. @ Rameshji: Thanks!:)

    @ MMT: Mostly it’s your hope, positivity, determination, hard work or sometimes destiny, and maybe your dear ones who certainly feel contentment and joy in doing so:) Thank you so much!

    @ Ellecee: Thanks!:)

    @ Valli: Thank you!:)

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  9. Well written haiku set. And what a cool blog layout, Tarang!

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  10. Tarang, this is lovely. I like your inspirational line in "A new horizon" ... although, might I suggest in keeping with the ABC CDE EFA form SiS requested ... change A new horizon to your first line The joy of giving! Here is my Day 23.
    Happy Thursday!

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  11. I like the joy of giving...But if you don't mind, since we are following a pattern ~

    Tweak the last line to:

    Cherished wish and dreams
    Keep hopes alight, offering
    The joy of giving (same as the first line)

    Happy day :-)

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  12. @ Vidya: Thank you so much!:)

    @ Becca & Grace: I wanted to repeat the first line in order to maintain the pattern but don't you think it will lose its meaning? I thought so that’s why I preferred “A new horizon”

    Thank you so much for your suggestions and such nice comments!:)
    Have a nice day:)

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