I loved the first one :D
Thanks Pankti, me too :)
Hi Sfurti. Nice ones.All the three are good.
Thanks so much :))
I'll cast another vote for the first one.
Thanks J. As i said my favorite too :))
Ah, mother's touch... comes to my mind after reading the first one...Lovely!
Thanks so much. Coming from you it means a lot :)
Very good ~ I had a race to stop the dog stealing a chunk of just cooked gammon but the dog won! I loved each of these haiku
Loved the lines...Thanks dear:))
Nice set! Well done.
Thanks dear :)
I find those elaborate cooking of traditional dishes quite tearful!! Why do meals have to be so complicated?? ;)
Same here Nanka but my mom has a strong reasoning behind it "Tears enhance the taste of any dish" :)
First one is just lovely!
Thanks Maggie :)
I liked all three. Yummy! I especially enjoyed the first with finger licking. These brought me right into the kitchen.
:)Thanks Alice. First one is my favorite too
Bring on the curry! And this is why I'm fighting the bulge now. lol
lol :)) :))
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These are some powerful haikus! Thanks for sharing, especially the first piece -- which led me to this.
Thanks Emily..Just saw your post..wow I can't believe my Haiku inspired it :))
Nice ones. the first was was the best.
Thanks Diwakar :)
Thanks Rasma :)
How many thousands of onions have I chopped. I make curry once a weekEnjoyed the first one best.
Thanks Rallentanda :))
Numero Uno is a gem!Nourished by Tears
Great set. The first one is beautifully sensual and the last one is very poignant. Well done
Thanks Reading Pleasure. I am glad you liked it :)
Beautifully said, brilliant imagery. Love this collection....
Thanks so much Mohan :)
Loved the second Haiku.... nice take :)Cynthia (http://blogatcynthia.blogspot.in/2013/06/unknown-angel.html)
The second haiku has wonderful "layered' meaning. Niiice!
Thanks Lolly. You are the first one to get the layered meaning. I am glad :)
Excellent! Excellent! Excellent!I like the last one the most, you know why! :D
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