A foxy dream..

Came across an interesting blog today yay words .  Aubrie Cox likes throwing challenges. The challenge she had thrown this time was to write a Haiku, senryu, tanka, kyoka, gogyōka, renku, haibun, haiga (doodles most welcome!), etc. And the subject was … and this is what I found most intriguing: Foxes and/or dreams. I mean, who thinks of fox and dreams in one breath??? Not me! So to celebrate his creativity, I jumped in and wrote this. Not very good! But for whatever it is worth.. This one is for you Aubrie Cox! Let the words keep “yaying

If  a fox dreamt, dreams

what dreams would he dream?

Fancy forest resorts, air-conditioned caves and

baby rabbits cooked in cream

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21 Comments Add yours

    1. Oops Put my foot in my mouth again 😦 ha ha! just made the correction! thanks, I owe you one 🙂

  1. AckFast says:

    You are absolutely right — that blog is very interesting. Thanks for the information!

    1. my pleasure ackfast… thanks for stopping

  2. Ramakant says:

    You can watch Fantastic Mr Fox to get an insight into their dreams 🙂

    Nice lines!!

    1. is that a movie or a series?? am more of a reading person. but will keep that in mind.Thanks for stopping.

      1. haikutec says:

        You obviously don’t find George Clooney attractive then? Either as an actor, or… 🙂

        Fantastic Mr Fox is a children’s novel written by British author Roald Dahl and has been adapted into a film by director Wes Anderson. It was made using stop-motion animation and features the voices of George Clooney as Mr. Fox, Meryl Streep as Mrs. Fox, Bill Murray as Badger, Hugo Guinness as Bunce, and Michael Gambon as Bean: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0432283/

      2. Now that you mention it, I have heard about the book!!! didn’t know about the movie though! The only stuff I’ve seen of George Clooney is the Oceans series…lets just say, movies were never allowed to feature very high on my list of things to do… Grew up in residential schools where they avoid showing girls drool-worthy boys 🙂 and then the kids, seem to think on the same lines! will check it out now though…. sounds like fun!

  3. DEEPAK KARTHIK says:

    LOL:) why Baby rabbits !
    sad to end their life in such a short span 😦

    1. it seems to be the epitome of luxury eating baby things.. baby corn, baby shoots, even baby sharks.. LOL.. the fox is dreaming like most humans whose dreams are selfish and shallow.. I guess!

  4. Arindam says:

    Really nice. In my dreams also I never dreamed that, a fox could dream like this. 🙂

    1. i specialize in dreams.. that’s why the name.. 🙂

  5. amitaag says:

    Yay Sapna! You’ve made the fox’ day! (…and the night as well with such a delicious dream!)

  6. amitaag says:

    Yay Sapna! You’ve made the fox’ day!(…and night as well with such a delicious dream!) 🙂

  7. amitaag says:

    Yay Sapna! You’ve made the fox’s day!(…and night as well with such a delicious dream!):)

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  10. Aubrie Cox says:

    Hi! Going through and starting to collect from the poems in the comments section. I need to know what name you’d like to appear with your fun poem up there! 🙂

    1. hi Aubrie! I would like it to be assigned to sapna from justanotherwakeupcall , if that is possible or else justanotherwakeupcall is enough. Thanks!:)

      1. Aubrie Cox says:

        Sapna it is! I’ll be sure to link back to your blog as well. Thanks for participating!

      2. was my pleasure really!! thanks again

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