Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Jingles of celebrations this festival!


Lights of affection
Jingles of celebrations
Bubbles play rainbow




This Haiku is written for the September Challenge in Haiku Heights. The prompt for today is 'LIGHTS'.


23 comments:

  1. Bubble play rainbow..a genius at work here.. thanks Pranita.

    RS:)

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  2. Awesome ... bubbling rainbows ... what a treat ...

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  3. A typical 'mela' scene ... well done :-)

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  4. It's not the 20th yet. I guess I mist you Haiku for today. Liked this one about lights


    Melanie

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  5. Bubbles play rainbow.....what an engaging image. I can see the lights reflected!

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  6. Bubbles play rainbow.. lovely creation.

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  7. And I realize that almost everyone has appreciated the beauty of the last line. :D

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  8. I can clearly hear the jingles of celebrations :-)

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  9. I can feel the excitement of the celebrations. Blowing bubbles is a favourite of mine even at my age :-)

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  10. Light brings rainbow alive in bubbles! How nice Pranita!

    Hank

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  11. This sounds like a colorful festival for sure. Love the bubbles playing rainbow.

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  12. Last line is the show stealer!!!

    http://locomente.blogspot.in/2012/09/lights-on.html

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  13. I can hear it in my imagination, the jingles and see the lights too :) Beautiful one, Pranita.

    Out of curiosity, which festival is that? I can see Kannada in the signboards...

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    1. It's the Rathotsava in Venkatramana Temple in Mangalore! :) My favorite festival!

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  14. Bubbles play rainbow, yesss, your haiku made me remember that image from my childhood, thanks!
    :)

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  15. Thank you all of you.. i'm so glad you all enjoyed it! :)

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  16. love every line,
    well penned haiku and festivals.

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  17. lovely jingles.

    hope to see you join poets rally today.
    a random poem or a haiku is okay.

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