Obsessions..

obsession with words
overflowing on paper
thoughts get clarity

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November PAD Challenge Day 12. #novpad12

The month of November sees the Poem-a-Day (PAD) challenge, hosted by Robert Lee Brewer at Poetic Asides. Day 12 theme is to write an excess poem. I wrote a haiku on having an excess of words! Thanks Robert for the inspiration.

HH #94

Haiku Heights is my meme. Each Saturday, I give a prompt there for a poem in the Haiku form of poetry. This week is the 94th prompt, which is Obsession.

Haiku my Heart

Rebecca hosts the meme Haiku My Heart at her blog “recuerda mi corazon” every Friday. There is no set topic and poets can bring forth their haiku there.


© (12/11/2011)

Poetry & writing are to me, a breath of fresh air in a life that is sometimes covered by the smoke of sorrow or self doubt. They also become the sweets I share to celebrate when life offers me a reason to. But most of all, they are to me, my life. For each word I write is a piece of my heart, a thought that just had to find its way into the world.

  

50 thoughts on “Obsessions..

  1. Leo!! The rate at which you have been going the past five years you have caused a minor current and flooded the blogosphere!! Let it overflow the embankment and keep up that obsession!! Congratulations on your achievements!! 🙂

  2. Leo!! The rate at which you have been going the past five years you have caused a minor current and flooded the blogosphere!! Let it overflow the embankment and keep up that obsession!! Congratulations on your achievements!! 🙂

  3. It is a good way of clarifying thoughts the spilling of words onto paper, sometimes they fall all garbled but then we can make sense of them and set them in order like a haiku – love this.Sue x

  4. It is a good way of clarifying thoughts the spilling of words onto paper, sometimes they fall all garbled but then we can make sense of them and set them in order like a haiku – love this.Sue x

  5. How wonderful that your thoughts get clarity! Sometimes I write and it gets more garbled as I go! Then I know it's time to put it down and come back later. Great haiku!

  6. How wonderful that your thoughts get clarity! Sometimes I write and it gets more garbled as I go! Then I know it's time to put it down and come back later. Great haiku!

  7. > I've never stopped, just had shifted to wordpress a while! Thanks SUNAKSHI. :)>> Thank you, ANTHONY SIR. Yes, just about the only good one! :D>> Yes, a very worthy obsession to have, BIRGITTA :)>> Divine indeed, MORNNING…>> Don't know. I don't think it has flooded NANKA. I'd have been washed away otherwise! 😉 Glad you liked the poem and my obsession! Thanks!>> I'm certainly trying HANK. And I replied to you at the Heights too :)>> Thanks, JANHVI 🙂 Glad you liked it!>> They feel garbled but for a moment, SUE 🙂 Thank you for liking the haiku..>> Yes I read, SUZI 🙂 That was quite brilliant too. Thanks!>> Very constructive, KRISHNAPRIYA 🙂 Glad you liked it!>> One of the many reasons I do too, TAMI 🙂 Thank you.>> I write to think. I like that thought too, MMT. :D>> Thank you GRACE. I love it :)>> Thanks for being obsessed too, JUDITH! Glad you liked mine!>> I feel it gets garbled so we can make it see sense, DAWN 🙂 A break does it good justice!>> Thank you, BECCA! 🙂

  8. > I've never stopped, just had shifted to wordpress a while! Thanks SUNAKSHI. :)>> Thank you, ANTHONY SIR. Yes, just about the only good one! :D>> Yes, a very worthy obsession to have, BIRGITTA :)>> Divine indeed, MORNNING…>> Don't know. I don't think it has flooded NANKA. I'd have been washed away otherwise! 😉 Glad you liked the poem and my obsession! Thanks!>> I'm certainly trying HANK. And I replied to you at the Heights too :)>> Thanks, JANHVI 🙂 Glad you liked it!>> They feel garbled but for a moment, SUE 🙂 Thank you for liking the haiku..>> Yes I read, SUZI 🙂 That was quite brilliant too. Thanks!>> Very constructive, KRISHNAPRIYA 🙂 Glad you liked it!>> One of the many reasons I do too, TAMI 🙂 Thank you.>> I write to think. I like that thought too, MMT. :D>> Thank you GRACE. I love it :)>> Thanks for being obsessed too, JUDITH! Glad you liked mine!>> I feel it gets garbled so we can make it see sense, DAWN 🙂 A break does it good justice!>> Thank you, BECCA! 🙂

  9. Words overflowing, spilling onto paper… they make for great backgrounds for collage and artworks. That which is too raw to be shared can be obscured! Thank you for the lovely comment you left me Leo! =)

  10. Words overflowing, spilling onto paper… they make for great backgrounds for collage and artworks. That which is too raw to be shared can be obscured! Thank you for the lovely comment you left me Leo! =)

  11. > I suppose a haiku is saying a lot in little, ASHWINI. It's a fun form and well worth trying I think. Give it a shot soon. :)>> Yes, but if its not too obscure and can be shared, why cover it? Those words are quite artful too. Thanks for the thoughtful words too, ROSIE.>> Thanks MELANIE.>> Thank you, SiS.>> Very much so, MEETHIMIRCHI. Thanks 🙂

  12. > I suppose a haiku is saying a lot in little, ASHWINI. It's a fun form and well worth trying I think. Give it a shot soon. :)>> Yes, but if its not too obscure and can be shared, why cover it? Those words are quite artful too. Thanks for the thoughtful words too, ROSIE.>> Thanks MELANIE.>> Thank you, SiS.>> Very much so, MEETHIMIRCHI. Thanks 🙂

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