Sunday, February 26, 2012

The Haiku Challenge day 26

Written for The Haiku Challenge 2012 - Day 26 – February 26th – Theme: Paint the Image
Inspirational Image from: Google Images, Author: Unknown

This is a very touching photo, so full of pain and misery, but also full of love. As I see it ... this young boy has to take care for his younger brother or sister. They have no place to go. Maybe they have lost their parents through hunger or war. So they live on the streets and their home is a stairs. How to write a haiku to paint this image? This is a tough one I think.

near starvation
living on the streets of the world
brotherly love

brotherly love
stronger than ever now they are alone -
like swans

Like swans a lifetime together

like swans
a lifetime struggling together
against hunger

Well ... see you again tomorrow for another Haiku Challenge Day.


vivinfrance said...

Difficult it may have been, but you have succeeded so well.

Asni said...

A painful image and you have painted their brotherly love very well.

carol l mckenna said...

Awesome photos ~ like life the good and not so good ~ haiku are expressed so well ~ namaste,carol (A Creative Harbor linked today with HH ^_^

Ellecee said...

I enjoyed these Haiku so much, if we can say such a thing in the face of pain. Thank you.

Grace said...

A difficult prompt I agree. But I must point out the contrast of beauty and serenity of swans, versus the loneliness of the picture ~

Nice one ~

Sri Valli said...

You painted the picture very well...Very beautifully written :)

becca givens said...

As you have already read -- I could not walk the road of pain and despair today ... you have contributed a fittingly poignant Haiku response. Thank you for sharing.

Chèvrefeuille said...

This one was really tough. I would write a haiku with a positive feeling. I think I did that, nevertheless the painful picture.
Thank you all for visiting and for the wonderful words you have shared here with me.


Vidya Sury said...

Nicely written, Chevrefeuille! Brotherhood has such a nice ring to it.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

I like the format you chose to convey your message of love and pain.

Instead of Food

Someone is Special said...

what a beautiful brotherly love expressed here.. Great!

Magyar said...

__You've told this sad story so well; humbly I add:

__Prometheous Syndrome, chained... to each day's sacrefice.

children cling to each other
sibling love


Andy Sewina said...

Very difficult prompt to write to, but you got it bang on with Brotherly Love!!

Chèvrefeuille said...

Thank you all for the nice and kind words you have sprinkled on me.
I love the way you're giving the comments.

Blessed Be.