a woman...a being...and everything in between
Time to breakout?
All the castles do not allow a break out.Thanks for reading.
trapped in castlesshimmering, monotonousshe smiles tears
Wow, This one is great. Thanks a lot!
The walls too high may mean that the will to live in reality may be too low! Lovely haiku!
Thanks Gemma, A strong will power is a great rescuer.
sure hope she breaks free.. great haiku
I hope she does! Thanks a lot!
May be it's the time one should realize the hard truth about life and it's dreadedness...!!!
Life it self is great teacher and strict one at that.Thanks a lot, Anjan!
Dear Meenakshi you are really brilliant. Great Haiku.
Thanks for this huge encouragement, Ma'am.
Phase of life...Hope she comes out of it!
Amen!Thanks for visiting!
High walls are traps indeed.Building Sand Castles
Self built walls are even difficult to cross.Thanks a lot for your visit.
Castles can be both shimmering dreams and prisons. I like this version
Thanks a lot, What ifIt shimmers, a veil Is a veil.
And the greatest truth is that inner life doesn't have any walls..and is as vast as the sky.. free of any interference or control... May the walls melt..RS:)
Some walls do not melt, The walls erected by drugs are difficult to cross. But walls created by being forced into sex business can become impossible to cross.
I like your shimmering poem. A fairy tale waits to be born.
I am so glad you saw a ray of shimmering hope in what seems to be sad situation. Awed by your comment.
May be walls are too high, but there must be will to scale them.
Will is where hope is! Thanks for taking time out to visit my page.
walls to keep ourselves safe, or disconnected....
These walls are trapping vicious walls, they do create a disconnect.Thanks for being here.
climb, girl, climb. :)
She needs that compassion and motivation to do that.Thanks a lot!
Yes, we're so easily entrapped. Nice one.
Thank you so much!
Like beautiful birds in a cage! Good one!
Areal haiku - well done, really.
Thanks for your sweet words.
There is no wall that cannot be demolished with the flick of a brain switch. Finding the switch is the difficult bit.
Well said. Finding that switch is a bit difficult. With little love and acceptance, that switch can be turned on. Thanks a lot!
The ugly truth behind all the shimmer... wonderful lines Meenakshi!!
Thanks a lot Reshma, All that shimmers is not gold!
Might there be a door or a window for escape, if the walls are too high?
Sometimes a person is too terrified to open that window, (s)he keeps waiting for a knock at the door which never comes.Thanks a lot Wabi!
You have nailed this one. Perfect image to go along with.
I am so glad you liked it! Thanks!!
Unfortunately it is! Thanks for visiting!
The young and the restless?
Young, restless and fallen astray.Thanks for reading!
I love it! that's the beauty of haikus! :)Defiant Princesshttp://khanvibes.blogspot.com/
Thanks a lot for visiting and appreciating!
Well said Meenakshi-self constructed walls-but strong!!!!!!
They can be self constructed but in case of unfortunate few they can be society constructed walls too high and too obstinate to crumble. Thanks a lot for leaving your footprints here.
being trapped, even in a shimmery castle, not so great..but your haiku -great
Trapping can never be great. Shimmery or otherwise. Thanks a lot!
beautiful! full of emotion!
Thanks a lot and welcome to my blog!
I love that word shimmer... and you captured it. :-)
This haiku is so striking meenakshi ! beautifully penned !
Very deep! Nice!McGuffy's Readerhttp://www.mcguffysreader.blogspot.com