rudaali / a humour

Carpe Diem #937 Robe

This is a tough challenge to me . natural elements could not help me . in the words of Kristjaan ,  “… even though the hai of haiku means “joke, or fun, or unusual”, there are still writers who frown when they encounter a pun in three lines “.  nevertheless , here is my attempt following the path of the master, Basho .

professional mourners *
their looks at the pockets
bereaved family

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photo ( web )

*www.encyclo.co.uk/meaning-of-Rudaali/-

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12 thoughts on “rudaali / a humour

  1. Suzanne

    I agree. This is a hard prompt. I am struggling with it too. Your haiku is very thought provoking and rather disconcerting. I haven’t heard of professional mourners before.

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  2. kim881

    Yes, that’s something I would never have thought of,professional mourners, although I have heard of them . A succinct and thought-provoking pun, Milan.

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  3. Bastet

    Nicely done … did you know that even in Italy in some communities down in the south the job of professional mourners exists to this day?

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      1. Bastet

        I’ve always found it fascinating how cultures are so far apart and still have similarities … guess it shows us there is common ground there somewhere 😉

      2. milan rajkumar Post author

        Yes we approaching in the same target .
        exorcism / sylvans / ancient alien theory / crows and cats ( bad omen ) ….there are so many common grounds …parallelism in religions / angels and demons /
        the list is endless………..

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