the bangle-seller’s call
the length of an alley
(Previously published at The Heron’s Nest, June 2015)
Issue 16.1 | 14 June 2016
__Well seen, the 'bangle' seller's tired voice, nicely painted Sanjuktaa. _m
this cart vender's voice
an ally echo
Deeply thankful for your comment, Magyar!
I really like this – the blend of place, mood, time, space and sound.
Many thanks, Lynne Rees!
The length of a dreary summer afternoon is well caught through the spreading call. Very sensory too.
Padma, thanks a lot!
beautiful haiku which applies the use of sound and exaggeration with a touch of eclat. This piece will forever stay with me. haiku must leave imprints and not mere prints
Many thanks for your appreciation, Baobab Shade.
Thank you, Martin!
Seven year-old sees senior, drowsy & nodding off to sleep. When he awakes the kid says to him: There’s an app for that!
Many thanks, Mike! Appreciate your sense of humour :-))
Lovely recreation of an alley (maybe lined with vendors) and the call of the bangle-seller reaching the top.
Thanks a ton, hammerandtongs!
One of my all time favourite haiku. This one really stays! It is a beautiful picture of small town.
So glad for your appreciation, Vidya. Thank you!
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