haiku poem

busy thoroughfare
cars, trucks barreling along
a trembling kitten


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a haiku poem inspired by this site:

MeFindHome.org: Homeless Cats & Dogs for Adoption


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30 comments:

  1. what a contrast!
    the noisy and dangerous traffic and then a kitten!

    well done!

    best wishes,
    Angelika

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  2. Let's hope he didn't make the wrong move!?!?!

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  3. this is a novel blog. nai-inspire na rin tuloy akong gumawa ng haiku. :-)yun nga lang baka ang lumabas e hai(na)ku!

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  4. thanks for the comment, angelika. :)

    and thanks for the kind words. :)

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  5. thanks for the comment, wayfaring wanderer. :)

    i think this particular cat was saved by concerned persons. :)

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  6. thanks for the comment, rebeckah. :)

    am glad you liked it. :)

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  7. thanks for the comment, r-yo. :)

    i actually enjoy hai(na)ku. :D

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  8. The trucks and kittens on the road :-)
    again so much the same here!

    i even imagine me as the terrified kitten :-)

    haiku/poetry and its themes are universal...i just love it more and more when I read haikus at different blogs we mostly see each other..

    see again, Kouji
    devika

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  9. thanks for the comment, devika. :)

    true, true. it's nice that there's a haiku community, where we find ourselves visiting and commenting on each other's blogs. :)

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  10. thanks for the comment, jeanie. :)

    indeed. this particular kitty was saved though. now they're trying to find the kitty a new home.

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  11. Should have gone with a puppy. I hate cats. :)

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  12. thanks for the comment, adam. :)

    maybe for the next haiku. :)

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  13. Wow, when I saw what inspired these words, they had an even bigger impact. Nicely done!

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  14. wow, it's amazing where you get your inspirations for your haiku... you are a true artist in finding meaning and poetry everywhere you look!

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  15. thanks for the comment, nonizamboni. :)

    and thanks for the kind words.

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  16. thanks for the comment, mediterranean kiwi.

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  17. thanks for the comment, spool artist. :)

    and thanks also for the kind words. :)

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  18. thanks for the comment, borut. :)

    society in a kitty? :)

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  19. ha, that's really evocative (and that's the first time I've used that word)

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  20. thanks for the comment, andy bailey. :)

    cool. am honored you used that word. glad you could drop by. :)

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  21. that should read freerice, of course :)

    (i really am having trouble commenting here, and i wonder if it's my computer or is the site really loading that slow...)

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  22. thanks for the comment, polona. :)

    i wonder why that is. it's probably this site. just not sure why. :(

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  23. oh i can imagine how the cat tremble. very nice ku

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  24. thanks for the comment, totomai. :)

    indeed. i'm just glad this particular cat was saved.

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  25. thanks, kouji. here's hoping everything worked out for the kitten. the image is all too real, i'm araid. too many kittens out there...

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  26. thanks for the comment, sherwin. :)

    indeed. i do hope everything worked out for that cat.

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