Friday, 15 February 2013

Jealousy



My hearth needs 
Little more to do, fixed hours!
Good for you


For: Carpe Diem
Pictures taken from : Google Search

47 comments:

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    1. Thanks Deepak, thanks a lot for always finding my writings worth a read.

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  2. Very nice as always.Thought provoking.

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    1. Thanks Ma'am, you are encouraging as always!

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  3. Makes one think ~ lovely ~

    ps. Am your latest GF follower ~ ^_^

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    1. You are the 50th person to join my site. I thanks you for the bottom of my heart.

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  4. This is sweet; a mild jealousy which is not a scary as that green eyed monster.

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    1. Just a little complaint...against fate may be.

      Thanks Eliza!

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  5. Now this one went over my head Meenakshi.

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    1. hahaha.......Ma'am this a labourer's envy, sun has fixed hours of work, it is about to call it a day but labourer has to slog longer to be able to fire his hearth. That's it!

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  6. Thank you for your nice comment at my blog
    And for the explanation
    This was as far over
    My head as the sun

    Cheers!
    JzB

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    1. hahaha.........you are most welcome, you could make a haiku even out of this comment, awesome!

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  7. Great...words...and the explanation gave me much deeper insights to what i was thinking...!!!

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    1. Thanks Anjan, I would love to have your interpretation.

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  8. Profound Haiku, thanks to the explanation able to appreciate it better:)

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    1. Thanks Reshma, BTW what did you think about it!

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    2. I first thought the lady of a house is talking to a man :P

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  9. When I first read this one, I thought it was about a wife complaining to her husband :D

    Your explanation gave a different and better perspective :)

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    1. Hmmm........honestly I didn't think that way, but it clicks!

      It is always heartening to know different interpretations, how your readers view your piece.

      Thanks a lot, Meenakshi!

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  10. I love this take on the prompt .... unique !!!

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  11. Superb. A 'heated' convo with the Sun... :)

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    1. Anything can flare up emotions in a miserable situation.

      Thanks a lot!

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  12. its good and its Haiku and its from you

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