Hiraa Chaudhry

Bio: Born in a country blessed with natural beauty, mountains and rivers, I'm innately inspired by these surroundings... Life is too short to read all the books in the world, travel all the places on this beautiful planet and learn all the possible languages.. So I write, it helps me to connect and see the world from a wider perspective... Blogging is more like a soul-tribe search for me!! So everyone is welcome to join πŸ™‚

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    1. I’m truly overwhelmed my dear! I hope God gives me the strength to write better.. Thank you so much for the nomination πŸ˜‡πŸ™ You’re One Lovely Blogger yourself! If it were up to me I’d have already given the award to you ❀️

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  1. Hiraa,
    I have peeped; then I came back to look; then I read more and more, and each topic brings forth new thoughts and ideas and reveals your incredibly inspired and creative mind. Your site is a window into the universe on a spaceship of discovery. (or something even more profound than that) What a wonderful find!!
    Thank you also for visiting and appreciating some of my verbosity/poetry/haiku on https://nothingcluelesslost.com

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    1. Hello,
      Thank you so much for your appreciation and kind words. I’m always trying to improve my writings and such heartwarming reviews are a tremendous support to keep trying.. I found your blog absolutely interesting too and love to read your interesting thoughts!
      Thanks for connecting 😊

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  2. Dear Hiraa,
    I liked your “Monkey Master” as it appeared. I am sure you are well aware of the HAIBUN form. I like it because it really makes me write simply. I have to consider what details are really important in my subject as you mustn’t waste words in haibun. So, haibun is really pared-down. Oh! and I forgot the haiku: beginning, middle or end – one or more – . As few syllables as possible; forget the 5-7-5 which we learnt ar school; but make the middle line a little longer, to respect the form. The haiku often give a different perspective on the subject; often the reader may have to work to see the connection. Look up Contemporary Haibun Online for examples.
    We don’t have monkeys in England, except in the zoo… .

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    1. It’s very kind of you to share details about Haibun and Haiku. And I absolutely agree with you that the prettiest thing about them is their simplicity.. I feel it takes a lot of effort and talented writers such as yourself have the courage to follow that format… It’s like describing an ocean within a few raindrops.. I’m very glad that you liked Monkey Master… Keep sharing your kind thoughts! ❀️

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