Saturday, 2 April 2016

B - Bonsai (A-to-Z-Challenge 2016)



art remoulded
caged or controlled
-bonsai



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34 comments:

  1. I wonder if they mind or do they love being art?
    A lovely haiku for the day.
    Happy A to Z month.
    I'm A to Zing from: moondustwriter and Fill the Cracks

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    1. Thanks dear. Your encouragement always helps :)

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  2. Being an amateur bonsai enthusiast, I can say that my trees are happy. they flower and fruit as others and their happiness shows!
    Lovely haiku and am so glad you chose Bonsai as your topic!!
    :)
    @yenforblue from

    http://yenforblue.blogspot.in/">Spice of Life!

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    1. Put this one down to imagination and not experience, Archana. Good to have a bonsai enthusiast here :)

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  3. what a beautiful take on a Bonsai, have memories of oranges on bonsai - they really look very artistic.

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    1. Thanks a lot. I am happy I brought back memories for you :)

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  4. Bonsai are trees and plants grown in containers in such a way so that they look their most beautiful--even prettier than those growing in the wild. Cultivating bonsai, therefore, is a very artistic hobby.

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    1. I do realize that but I wonder about the fact that they are not allowed to be the way they are naturally meant to be.
      Thanks for visiting my blog :)

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  5. Nicely done. Pic looks like my Bonsai did a year or so ago - bounced back big time now though!

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    1. Thanks Jeremy. Would love to see pics of your bonsai :)

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  6. Nicely done. I love your haikus.
    Reema D’souza from
    Reem Writes...

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  7. I've always wanted a Bonsai. Someday!

    -Katy @THE KATY blog
    http://thekatyblog.com/geek-2/b-is-for-burgle-bros-board-game-review/

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    1. All the best for that. And thanks for visiting my blog :)

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    1. Agreed. Though I have no practical experience with them, I find Bonsai inspiring.
      Thanks

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  9. Hi there!

    I’m stopping by from the #AtoZChallenge. The previous owner of my home planted a bonsai tree in the front yard so I get to look out my bedroom window and see it every day...;~)

    I have two blogs in this challenge…my author blog at THE STORY CATCHER (www.donnalmartin.com) and my KICKS Kids Club blog (www.kickskidsclub.blogspot.com.

    If you get a chance, check them out and good luck with the challenge!

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    1. Thanks. Good to know to your personal fascination with Bonsai. See you at your blog soon :)

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  10. I have also wondered and worried about this - what if this process causes pain to plants, what if we just can't hear them?

    @mysilverstreaks from
    Storiesandmore

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    1. Exactly my thoughts, Dahlia. Beautiful name, by the way :)

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  11. Haiku an d bonsai, I got to try Haiku, bonsai I do!!
    Great going!
    Could you add your twitter handle to the twitter link above. Also the #atozchallenge to your posts.
    *Inderpreet/EloquentArticulation*

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    1. Thanks Indy. Always thankful for your guidance :)

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  12. Caged or controlled ~ that conflict of thought that set the bitter truth free made me love your Haiku all the more :)

    My Era @theerailivedin
    The Era I Lived In

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  13. Once upon a time long, long ago I had a bonsai but it didn't last long, It wasn't the bonsai's fault but mine alone. Love your Haiku. I still love bonsai's too.

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    1. Thanks a lot Emma. Better luck next time...

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