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Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Hollywood Haiku #1



The Blind Side by Madeleine Maddocks

More than just football
Love sees through complacency
Touching souls to sole







This is an entry for the Best For Film Hollywood Haikus blogging competition. Enter now.
Closing date for entries: 20 May 2011

Have you seen this film?
My hubby erroneously thought it was about a blind coloured guy.

10 comments:

  1. No, I haven't seen it. LOL, that's pretty funny :)

    Hugs,

    Rach

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  2. Ah yes you mean about hubby. The film is well worth a watch :O)

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  3. I love it!! Especially the play on words on the last line!! Yay!!!

    Awww yay for your hubby! LOL! take care
    x

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  4. Loved this movie. Good choice for haiku!

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  5. Great haiku, love that last line. I haven't seen this movie yet but your haiku definitely gives a good feel for what it's about.

    And tell your husband not to feel bad. I thought the same thing when I first heard about it. ::oops::

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  6. I haven't seen it, but I do love Sandra Bullock so maybe I should :)

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  7. Thanks for pointing me in the direction of this, Madeleine. Looks fun. I haven't seen the film, but I'm guessing I know what it's about after reading this. That's a killer last line.

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  8. Fabulous last line and a lovely energy about the whole haiku.

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  9. Good Luck; these are great!

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  10. Beautiful haiku, especially the last line.

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