Sahara

Nomadic people

Survive Sahara’s sandstorms–

Sculptures left behind.

Day four of Haiku Challenge:  http://pendownmythought.blogspot.com/2011/02/haiku-challenge-28-days-28-haikus-day-4.html

 

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  1. Sands blowing around
    Shadows looking for a refuge
    Water not seen*

    enjoy Love(+)
    soulbro* 😉 xoxoxo—{–@

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  2. meethimirchi

     /  February 3, 2011

    very much similar to what I have written 🙂 very neatly composed

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  3. oh! what u creative and unique take on the image. nomads have always intrigued me. liked ur haiku a lot :))

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  4. hmm.. last line was brilliantly scluptured 😉

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  5. Someone is Special

     /  February 4, 2011

    brilliant.. a unique one.. I don’t have words..

    Someone is Special

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  6. smart one.
    🙂

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  7. I wonder what we all leave behind as we travel?

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  8. this is just fantastic. you gave the pic an absolutely different look. fabulous haiku.

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  9. Very brilliant and Imaginative
    It really enjoyed this 1 .. 😉
    Take a look on my Simple Haiku
    http://ashbeezone.wordpress.com/2011/02/04/art-day-4-of-haiku/

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  10. Thanks so very much, Ashish. I appreciate your nice remark. I really like your haiku today–good job!

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  11. Nicely done. I was not familiar with the art, but I also saw a sandstorm. From the appearance of that storm, sculptures may be all that remain.

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    • Thank you, Mike. The impression I had as soon as I saw it was–sandstorm. So I went with that. Those storms can leave behind amazing forms.

      Thanks for your visit and comment.

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  12. You recreate the scene so well. I’ve really enjoyed this prompt and everyone’s “vision.”

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  13. I’ve enjoyed this one too and seeing what everyone came up with–yours is full of “visions”!

    Thank you, Victoria.

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  14. creative and keen eye…nice! 🙂

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  15. Both the illustration and the poem are stricking. I enjoyed them both. Thank you!

    Wow! I really missed a lot when I was on “sick leave.” I’m lucky that unlike some you don’t take yours down after a certain amount of time.

    You are the queen of haiku, Gayle.

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    • What a nice thing to say, Jamie. I appreciate that–you are so sweet.

      I hope you are feeling pretty well by now. That was a nasty bug that got a hold of you!

      It never occurred to me to take them down. I suppose some people store them somewhere? Now I’m wondering if that’s what I should do… hmmm…

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