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    1. THOUGHT THE HORSES WERE SO BEAUTIFULLY DRAWN. DELICATE AND AS IF OF ANOTHER WORLD. ONE ‘S IMAGINATION COULD SEE THIS PICTURE WITHIN A ‘NARNIA CHRONICLE, THEY ARE DREAM LIKE , AND ARE PERFECTLY IN UNISON WITH THE ARTISTS ACCOMPANYING THOUGHTS.

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  1. I love the haikus they compliment the images wonderfully. Three excellent haikus, my favourite is the second one which captures the impermanence of life brilliantly with its strange spiritual nostalgia. Kiran is both a talented writer and artist. Her horses have the anatomical structure of a George Stubbs drawing, mixed with the sensuality, fluidity and motion of a Peter Paul Rubens engraving. Kiran’s abstract images make me think of what Jackson Pollock’s work might have looked like had he lived long enough to experiment with printmaking. Her artwork is very unique and special.

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  2. Three excellent haikus, my favourite is the second one which captures the impermanence of life brilliantly with its strangely spiritual nostalgia. Kiran’s pictures of horses have the anatomical structure of a George Stubb’s engraving mixed with the sensuality, motion and fluidity of a Peter Paul Ruben’s. Her abstract images makes me think of what Jackson Pollock’s art might have looked like had he lived long enough to experiement with printmaking. Her artwork and poetry is both special and unique and the haikus compliment her subject matter wonderfully.

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  3. All three haikus show powerful imagery and economy of line. My favourite haiku is the second one with its strange blend of spiritual nostalgia, it works so well, with its reflections on the impermanence and beauty of life. Kiran’s horses remind me of the anatomical drawings of George Stubbs and have the sensuality, fluidity and motion of a Peter Paul Rubens. The haiku compliment the chosen subject matter well. Her artwork and poetry is very unique and special.

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  4. All three haikus show powerful imagery and economy of line. My favourite haiku is the second one with its strange blend of spiritual nostalgia. I love the reflections on the impermanence and beauty of life. Kiran’s horses remind me of the anatomical drawings of George Stubbs and have the sensuality, fluidity and motion of a Peter Paul Rubens. The haiku compliment the chosen subject matter well. Her artwork and poetry are unique and special.

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  5. All three haikus are captivating. The middle is one is really good. It is an extraordinary beauty of an ordinary moment.

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  6. All three haikus are captivating.The middle one is really good.It is an extraordinary beauty of an ordinary moment.

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  7. All the three haikus are marvellous creations of words and the pictures are well-suited and phenomenol. They are so insightful and spiritual. Loved it.

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  8. I love these images and reflections, so loaded with intensity and significance. Kiran is gifted as an artist, as well as being a beautiful person.

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  9. I love these images and reflections, so loaded with intensity and meaning. Kiran is a gifted artist as well as being a beautiful person.

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  10. Hi Kiran

    These are beautiful works, but should they be called haiku?

    I thought that the combination of words and pictures in this form was referred to as haiga (or sometimes shahai when haiku is combined with photography).

    Whatever they may be called, I hope you keep creating them.

    best wishes

    David

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