Sunday, March 10, 2013

Origami Magic


Li'l pages get pretty
as a reflective mind lurks
jump straight up, in air

 

Tinge caught in feathers
like life, evolves in my hands
sparks fire on a shelf

Spider Magazine Origami Tiger

Wrinkled predator
Perched closely on hands of prey
Loathes resurrection


This Haiku is shared with Haiku Heights - Origami.




91 comments:

  1. Wrinkled predator --- Origami is a beautiful art !!!

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    1. Thanks Speck. Yes, it is a beautiful art, but tricky! So, is hailu..especially the syllable counting part!:)

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  2. with words u drew a lovely picture:)Happy MahaShivarathri Blessings..GOD<3U

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    1. Thanks Ashi, for that lovely comment. May lord Shiva bless you!:)

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  3. Third one is naughty, paper predator perched on the hand of prey. Lovely.

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    1. Hahaha..Meenakshi! He has a huge ego!! :)Thanks re..

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  4. Beautiful set ma'am ! I loved the 2nd one most :)

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    1. Valli...that was an absolutely wonderful prompt. Thanks for the idea! And I read your beautiful set!
      Thanks for the encouragement.:))

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    1. Give it a shot, Indu...Even I am learning! Haiku is revered for its simplicity...but, it's not easy to cut words/phrases and keep within the barrier of 17 syllables. One day, I shall be an expert...hopefully! LOL!

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  6. "hues caught in feathers" is a lovely line! Creative art of origami reflected in creative words of haikus, nicely written.

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    1. Oh, so good to see you here after ages, Zunnur. Glad you enjoyed....thanks a lot!

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  7. Panchali, I welcome you very warmly.
    I admire the beautiful origami.
    Great post.
    I send greetings from Polish far.
    Lucia

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    1. Thank you, Lucia!! It is always such a pleasure to have you here. Thanks for the compliments!!
      Greetings!!
      Lots of love,
      Panchali

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  8. Nice art. First one is more interesting!

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  9. Happy Shivratri to you and family.Panchali the haiku is superb.I loved the line 'hues caught in 'feathers like life".The depth of these words is unfathomable!1

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    1. May the almighty Lord Shiva bless you and your family with good things and perfect health, Usha! Thanks for that stupendous compliment...means so much!!:))
      Thanks a bunch!

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  10. I love this!! Your creativity never ceases to surprise me. Well done, Panchali!

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    1. Thank you for reading it, MM and for ranking it so high. Coming from a prolific writer...this is quite encouraging...!! Thanks a bunch!

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    1. This is so encouraging,Mary. Thanks a lot :).

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  12. Beautiful, Panchali. You bring them to life.

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    1. Glad that you liked me creating those haiku moments!:D Thanks a ton!:)

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  13. Beautiful words for an equally beautiful art! Together - IT is creating magic :)

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    1. Arti,... a praise from you is very humbling. Thank you so much. :)

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  14. I love the Life given to the origami tiger. Super!

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    1. Glad you enjoyed, Meoww...Ahh, being a meoww...I am sure, you must have heard 'the egotist' purring!:P hahaha...
      Thanks!!

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  15. "Li'l pages get pretty" Ahha!! I love paper art.
    Truly a reflective mind yearns for new shapes to be folded into. Btw I know paper roses. Here's my contribution to your origami creation @}--- ;)Loved all the three. :)
    Silly Smiles... Take you Miles :)

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    1. Surbhi, thank you so much for appreciation. I read your take on the white paper this afternoon! You've an awesome reflective mind...so love ya more n more, dotty!! Thanksss...:)

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  16. What an imagination :)

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  17. Amazing! :) There is depth in those words!

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    1. Thank you, Akanksha for letting me know that you liked the themes. :)Your understanding is amazing :) Thanks!

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  18. i loved the second one most...:)

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    1. Thanks asteria....so you love birds..huh? Good to have you here always!:))

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  19. These were fun to read and I love the art that went with them!
    Yes, so much depth and meaning in your words!
    <3 it

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    1. Ella...This theme was 'high fantasy', and I couldn't resist...thanks for reading this so well:))
      Thanks a bunch!

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    1. Thank you, Rajesh for the appreciation!:)

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  21. Beautiful, second one is terrific, like an artist speaking her mind.

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    1. Great!You definitely made me happy with this terrific feedback, Saru!! Thanks a ton!

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  22. Wonderful set of haiku. The last one is my favourite.
    Cheers!
    Gracy
    www.gracydsouza.com

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    1. Thank you, Gracy!! To like that egotist, you ought to be an animal lover!!:)Smiles

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  23. Wonderful choice of words!

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  24. PanchaliDi, a small token of love for you HERE

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    1. Thanks a lot, Apala...I am honored:)))

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  25. I like the magic, sparking fire in the shelf ~

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    1. Absolutely gratified to have you come and read this,Heaven. Thanks for your appreciation...means a lot to me :))

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  26. Charismatic Origami..and simplistic charm in your haiku..What a wonderful combo!!

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    1. Wow...I was waiting for your comment, Odyzz....thanks a lot, my dear ♥

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    2. Um So, so honoured ,Di..You just made my day..Love u ..**Hugz**

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    3. Hugz back, Odyzz..:) I am so pleased!

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  27. Beautifully written Panchaliji:) Just love the second and third one so much!

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    1. Thank you, Bushra!!:) Last one is my fave too:D

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  28. loved each one of them ...so much of depth in each .. so meaningful

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    1. Thank you, TTT!! Thanks for the encouragement...

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  29. very nicely described.....with da pics

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  30. you bring the predator alive...awesum :))

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    1. Really...hahaha...that fellow has a big ego :D Thanks Karan!:)

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  31. as beautiful and crisp as the paper creations themselves!:)

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    1. Oh, that's such a lovely comment...beautifully said, Akila:)

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  32. Very creative work! Lovely lines for them.

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  33. hey i have added you on google followers, add my site too......... thanks

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    1. Oh, I didn't know that...and, I don't know how to go about it! Lemme check..Thanks!

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  34. Your hands and mind are
    very creative.
    We admire graciously.

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    1. Welcome to my space, rudraprayaga!! Thanks for that stupendous comment....You made my day!Hope to see you more on these pages :)

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  35. I love the wrinkled predator.

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    1. I loved that fellow too, McGuffy Ann:)Thanks for stopping by..

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  36. Those fish are so colorful and pretty!!

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  37. I somehow love the way the word Origami sounds! :)

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  38. pretty cool on the origami...was just teaching some to my son last night....cranes and throwing stars...smiles.

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