Thursday, 21 February 2013

Fleeting


Exuberant crowd
Intoxicating adulation
Fleeting fame

Flower Dew
Water that cannot
Quench thirst




Picture taken from: Google Search

60 comments:

  1. Beautiful ... the 2nd one is mesmerizing !!!

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    1. I am happy it was able to delight you. Thanks for being here.

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    1. Thanks you so much for visiting and boosting my morale.

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  4. Splendid...Haiku...amazing description of contextual content...!!!

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    1. Thank you so much for coming to my space!

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  6. Superb! 2nd one very well amplify the meaning of the 1st one.

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    1. Both haiku are strung onto the same thread. Thank you so much for reading them so thoughtfully.

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  7. love your posts (i am sounding like a broken record but what else can i say? your poetry is different from others.)

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    1. But that lovely comment, Deb! I hope you find my words good enough to keep visiting.

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  8. Your second haiku is exquisite! Still, I lap at the dew...

    After Chiyo-Ni

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  9. exquisitel composition . both of them :)

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  10. You too
    Went for loss, disappointment
    Irreversible change

    Nice

    JzB

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    1. Thanks a lot! I look forward to your little gems.

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  11. Eloquence with so few words! I feel the sadness in both verses. Well done!

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    1. Thanks a lot, Wabi! Your haiku are simply awesome.

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  12. wow.. brilliant choice of words.

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  13. I loved the first one. Fleeting fame says all...

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  14. Both Haiku have a certain charm, the second one esp left me thirsty for more...

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  15. How well both your haiku pieces complement each other. Each adds more meaning to the other, even though they both hold a beauty of their own.

    A beautiful composition, as always.

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    1. I wanted to convey same feeling of disillusionment through them. Your comments suggest that I didn't fail.

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  16. Divine haiku ~ with lovely messages ~ ^_^

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  17. Fabulous as always.Enjoyed reading every word.

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  18. great lines very thoughtful,applaudable

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  19. Love the way you constraint your words and yet say so much more....
    Absolutely brilliant, Meenakshi.

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  20. ...and that is why i love this blog so much :)

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    1. You absolutely made my day! Thanks a lot!

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