Monday, September 10, 2012

ADMIRING NATURE

                                 SCENTS OF EARTH!
                                        TRULY DIVINE ARE
                                          PEARLS OF RAIN!


Its raining beautifully in my reign of earth! I couldn't think anything beyond the rain when saw the prompt divine...
Rains in Muslim mythology marks the showering of blessings, apart from that the first thing it tickles in me is "undefinable amount of excitement."
the divinely organization of nature is of course admirable and in every way inspiring the balance it bestows on us... TRULY DIVINE!

The scent of earth is enormously effective or say magical for sinuous patients ( Today learned at collage! ^_^)

Have a blessed and enjoyable RAIN!

The haiku is written for Haiku Heights the prompt for today's September heights is "DIVINE"

19 comments:

  1. Happy rains
    showering God's blessings
    divine that..

    Well done, Maharukh!

    RS:)

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  2. I think one of my most favorite fragrance! :)

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  3. Its raining in my place too ... Rains are beautiful and bring a sense of calm to our tensed life ... but I don't like rains on my way to office :-)

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  4. I enjoyed your haiku very much. I, too, love a soft rain but perhaps not so - a storm.

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  5. I like this haiku - especially the first line.

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  6. Scents of earth... so noticeable in the rain! Lovely haiku.

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  7. Two haiku for the price of one! Or One Haiku for the price of two! Fabulous. Divine Rain!

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  8. Pearls of rain..
    Divine indeed...

    http://locomente.blogspot.in/2012/09/home-is-divine.html

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  9. In my country we have a saying 'tel uw zegeningen' 'count your blessings'. When the rain falls I count my blessings too. What a wonder when you realized how many blessing one has given.
    Wonderful haiku. Very divine.

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  10. Scents of earth..I love that and your haiku too..

    Welcome to my blog and thanks for your lovely words...keep visiting

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  11. Thanks for a very simple but powerful haiku, Maharukh.

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