Monday, 7 April 2014

Home Land

Foreign land it is
New culture, time and regime
Ah! Missing home land


PS: Thanks to Haiku Horizons for the prompt - Home

24 comments:

  1. Enjoy the foreign land ... now I know what your 'Trip' haiku meant ;-)

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  2. Enjoy yourself and make the most use of the place!

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    1. Ah! Then I guess that its everyone's story!
      Thanks :)

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  4. Travel can by magical, but there's no place like home, have fun !

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  5. You've written a universal truth - whether it is a literal physical place, an over wrought emotional response or our bodies aging.
    Very very nice.

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  6. I understand missing homeland. It is an overpowering loneliness of the spirit.

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  7. This is so true! While travel is a wonderful cultural experience exciting for all the senses, it can evoke such strong feelings of loneliness for the familiarity of home!

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  8. They say there is no place like home.

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  9. I agree with every word of it Satya. I miss my homeland, sigh!!

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