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Diwali Shopping - Haiku

excited mob
buying diyas n sweets
Diwali Shopping


It is Diwali - the exciting festival of lights. When I read the prompt on Carpe Diem Ghost Writer #30, Garry Gay on "thinking out of the box or misdirection", I had just returned from shopping because it's Diwali time.
Garry Gay's talk of Halloween had me thinking of Diwali, so this is what I wrote.

I cannot resist sharing the beautiful picture that accompanied the post...

Credits: Indian Summer Quebec, Canada
Prompt by and Shared with -
Carpe Diem Ghost Writer #30, Garry Gay

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