Thursday, December 8, 2011

Warmness

Picture credit: Google images


Devoid of malice
Absence invokes warm feelings
Sentiments declared

Fond feelings relent
Courting positive response
From someone so dear

Submitted for Sensational Haiku Wednesday with prompt 'malice'
and Meeting the Bar at d"Verse - Writing Emotions

25 comments:

  1. I like these very much. Your best so far, I think.

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  2. absence makes the heart grow fonder? ha i see it in there but...glad the sentiments were shared and a positive response gained...

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  3. Dave - Thanks, but I thought it's just ordinary.

    Brian - Malice connotes negativity. But I see without malice as a virtue and it courts a positive response.

    Hank

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  4. As we long
    Think all is so wrong
    When the long does cease
    We're as happy as a ummm flock of geese

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  5. Pat,
    As we jog merrily along
    With a little sing-song
    or the rhythmic Mr Hatt
    Loneliness departs

    Hank

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  6. Love the positive take on Malice ... (once of my least favorite words). Well done! Happy Thursday!!

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  7. wonderful Pareng Hank!

    Pareng JJ

    ps.... off to New York tomorrow at 8am Toronto time. I'll take your advise. But if cannot be, then there is a reason to come back...

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  8. Beccagivens - Right on Ma'am and thanks!

    ParengJJ - enjoy yourself buddy!


    Hank

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  9. These are great. Kudos to you for a terrific write.

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  10. Enjoyed the positive spin on this ~

    Happy day ~

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  11. was wondering if i would see this at dverse tonight...smiles.

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  12. Mary - Thanks ,plain and ordinary really.

    Heaven - Thanks, thought better that way.

    Brian - That's right! Very conveniently relevant. Thanks for 2nd visit (wonder where you get all the energy, Sir!)


    Hank

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  13. Hank, I admire the ability to say a lot in few words. If only all could be devoid of malice.

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  14. I like this very much. I think it may be one of your best.

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  15. Awesome lines Hank...
    as always u expressed lot many things, in just few words !!!

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  16. "Fond feelings relent" I love that line.

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  17. Thank you All,
    Victoria,Yvonne,Dave(2nd time around),Jyoti and Judith.

    Hank

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  18. It's always the "someone so dear" that makes it scary.

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  19. Alice,
    Very true! It may take any direction, may be hurting!

    Hank

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  20. This felt so gentle and rather romantic. I really enjoyed reading.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I must make it a point to visit yours more often.

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  21. Hank, how very beautiful, and so well said.

    Pamela

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  22. Myrna - Thanks Ma'am, Please do!

    Pam - Thanks to you!


    Hank

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  23. this one is very unique AND remarkable.

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  24. A very positive set for such a dark word. Bravo!

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