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Haiku: WildlifeSource: photowall.co.ukflourished the wildlifea habitat camouflagedfrom eyes of vulturesA Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world.Also read: Haiku: After the SunsetShare your thoughts in the comment box below! :)Until next time,Be kind to one another!Bye bye…

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Haiku: Chain Reactiontiny teardrop fallsemotional splurge followsa chain reactionA Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world.Image Source: Bigthink.comAlso read: Haiku: After the SunsetShare your thoughts in the comment box below! :)Important Note: Dear readers, Due to my Chartered Accountancy exams in the month of May, I’m going to put a temporary stop to blogging. However, if YOU have a story to share that goes with the theme of the blog, I’d be more than happy to feature it up here.Things that you can share: Listicles about life.Short StoriesYour take on Compassion or humanity.The story you share shall be evaluated and if it concurs with the theme of the blog and is free of spelling and grammar errors, it’ll be posted. Request you to…

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Haiku: After The Sunset Source: wallpaperpixel.comAfter the sunsetIn darkness of wintry nightShines the bright moonlightA Haiku is a Japanese poem of seventeen syllables, in three lines of five, seven, and five; traditionally evoking images of the natural world.This was my first attempt at Haiku. Hope you enjoy this beautiful form of poetry!Share your thoughts in the comment box below! :)Also read: On the boulevard of nowhere…

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