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! The Haiku Challenge 2012 - 29 days – 29 Haiku - Day 18 !



that one grain of
rice can help to stay alive
for a while, cursed me




Written for The Haiku Challenge 2012

Day 18 – February 18th – Theme or Word: Famine


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22 comments:

  1. Strong message and a very sad photo.

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  2. Your haiku is so touching ..SiS..I wanted to write something positive using 'Famine' ..that's why it took time..but hope I did justice.. thanks!

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  3. So sad that a child's world should be so dependent on a grain of rice! Moving!

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  4. Frightening that a child should be subjected to this. Well highlighted!

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  5. What a coincidence on this day. I have used the same picture in my contribution for today.
    I found this one on famine very tough.

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  6. A tough subject to write a haiku on. Famine is not something I have experienced. What I see usually is wastage.

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  7. i don't know what to say in response to your wrenching haiku, SiS...

    i could not do this prompt justice. i'm sorry.

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  8. the past couple of "paint the images" of wait and famine - were quite difficult to create ... heart wrenching indeed! you've written a very powerful one, SiS!

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  9. @ Lolamouse

    Wow! I'm first to post today!

    Congrats Lola.. Keep Posting..

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  10. @ Ramesh Sood

    Your haiku is so touching ..SiS..I wanted to write something positive using 'Famine' ..that's why it took time..but hope I did justice.. thanks!

    I loved your positivity Rameshji.. :-)

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  11. @ Gemma Wiseman

    So sad that a child's world should be so dependent on a grain of rice! Moving!

    Thanks Gemma.. There are many child's in such situation or even worse than that..

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  12. @ Susie Clevenger

    so powerful...such sad truth

    Sadly true.. Thanks Susie for your words..

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  13. @ SweetTalkingGuy

    Frightening that a child should be subjected to this. Well highlighted!

    Thanks Andy..!

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  14. @ Chèvrefeuille

    What a coincidence on this day. I have used the same picture in my contribution for today.
    I found this one on famine very tough.


    SmileS..Famine, indeed tough to write and hard to take.. Thanks chevrefeuille..

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  15. @ Asni

    A tough subject to write a haiku on. Famine is not something I have experienced. What I see usually is wastage.

    Glad you did not but I've experienced it in my childhood.. Thankfully now I am living a peaceful life..

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  16. @ myheartslovesongs

    i don't know what to say in response to your wrenching haiku, SiS...

    i could not do this prompt justice. i'm sorry.


    No need to apologies dani.. thanks for your sweet words..

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  17. @ beccagivens

    the past couple of "paint the images" of wait and famine - were quite difficult to create ... heart wrenching indeed! you've written a very powerful one, SiS!

    Thanks becca... glad it was challenging.. Happy!

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