The flag of Trinidad and Tobago was adopted upon independence from the United Kingdom on 31 August 1962. Designed by Carlisle Chang (1921–2001)the flag of Trinidad and Tobago was chosen by the independence committee of 1962. Red, black and white symbolize fire (the sun, representing courage), earth (representing dedication) and water (representing purity and equality)
Kristjaan prompts to haiku after listening to "Especially the music genre known as Sufiana Kalam. Sufiana Kalam is the classical music of Kashmir, which uses its own ragas (known as maqam), and is accompanied by a hundred-stringed instrument called the santoor, along with the Kashmiri saz, the setar, the wasool and the dokra. The dance based on the sofiyiana kalam is the hafiz nagma."
REVISIT Sunday Savvy 97 Sunday Lime 97 12 August 2017 Sundays are always special here at Lunch Break. Today is #97 in the series The Sunday Standard when 5-7-5 haiku is featured. Three more Sundays in this series. email me post a COMMENT or leave a link to your blog at the linky below
Kristjaan ask that we listen and be inspired to write
This song is actually an Okinawan Folk Song which is known as Min'yo always depicting either sadness, loss of loved ones, loss of hope, grievances, or finding new hope.