samedi 2 juin 2012

Love Haiku





Locked in my true love-
Every cell of my prison
Is hugs and kisses

Claude Lopez-Ginisty

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19 commentaires:

  1. Dear Pranita,
    शुक्रिया !

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  2. Locked in your heart
    A passion for languages
    I like what I read

    A wonderful angle for the photograph to express what you wanted to put across. Thank you.

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  3. Wow...Very sweet romantic haiku....:)

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  5. 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.

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  6. how beautiful life would be if hugs and kisses had every answer :) every key :) loved your haiku totally reflects my mood today!

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  7. Tres bien ~ much amour here ~ lovely romantic haiku ~ thanks, ^_^

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  8. your photo and haiku are so lovely and romantic.....made me feel young again.,..

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  9. Second line so nicely written, trust me, best usage of prison I have ever seen!

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  10. 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 !

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  11. 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!

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  12. 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.

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  13. Amazing haiku! I love it - especially the idea with the cell full of hugs and kisses!

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  14. Now that's romantic one... beautiful sir!

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