Monday, 25 February 2013

Monologue



White snow
Listening to the monologue by
Pale full moon



Picture taken from: tahoesouth.com

52 comments:

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    1. Haiku is all about capturing the moment.

      Thanks a lot!

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  2. Oh how sweet.. paints a lovely picture.. I can hear the moon singing..

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    1. Thanks Crystal. I hope you keep coming back.

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  3. Great !! Beautiful picture.I am wondering whether the moon is sad or happy?

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    1. Solitude makes one contemplative, But my moon is not grave.

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  4. Beautiful take on full snow moon.

    Gracy

    www.gracydsouza.com

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  5. Lovely photo and haiku ~ love the 'listening moon' ^_^

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    1. Thanks a lot for being here with snow to listen to the moon:)

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  6. the snow is a captive audience...

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      Thanks for visiting.

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  8. I could understand the pain of pale, full moon. Beautiful; your poetry is quite natural.

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  9. Your picture and the Haiku are equally lovely.

    Warm regards,

    Padmapriya T S
    http://aalayamkanden.blogspot.in

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    1. Thanks for praise. I visited your blog, beautiful site and write up!

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  10. Vivid imagery as always, both in your words and the picture you chose :)

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  11. Wonderful imagination Meenakshi!!

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    1. Thanks Reshma for reading and appreciating!

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  12. talk of moon and snow
    dialogue script written in
    white on white

    Cheers!
    JzB

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    1. That's amazing, where do you get all these thoughts and words.

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  13. This is beautiful .. the scenery captured so well !!!

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  14. Both moon & snow look so lonely-even if they appear to be nearby.

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    1. Because they can never meet, they cannot come close beyond a limit.

      Thanks for dropping by.

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  15. again a praiseworthy haiku,thanks for sharing

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    1. Thanks for reading, Cifar, pleasure is all mine!

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  16. Lovely haiku!
    Reminds me of something I had written on the pale moon a few months back...will have to look around for it now...if it is presentable...(?)
    Thank you Meenakshi:)

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    1. If it's from you it cannot be less than grand, bring it on!

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  17. Silver snowscape
    Basking in reflected glory
    The pale moon

    Just a thought!!!

    Geetashree
    http://panaecea.wordpress.com

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    1. Great thought, I welcome this creative exchange. I hope you keep coming back with these gems

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  18. Depicts the serenity of a moon...though when i know your daughter is also writing haiku's i would or i should say every body would like to know what are the Haiku's written by your daughter...!!!

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  19. Trying to understand so called "Haiku" these days :) I really enjoy ur one's

    Regards,
    Jahid
    Flashbacks

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  20. This has a hypnotic quality... :-)

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  21. Hi Meenakshi,

    Ahh, a lunar post. Loved it and indeed, Carpe Diem ! :)


    Regards

    Jay
    My Blog

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