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Nice haiku Meenakshi! A striking pose resembling a windmill in the pic!Hank
I loved this picture! Thanks for liking it.
Seriously, it is a wind's toy. I was always fascinated with it and hence i invested in Suzlon which btw is one of the worst companies to invest. Sorry, the trader in me got carried away.Beautiful Haiku :)
Oh, You are into trading! Trading and writing, what a combination!!
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Nice haiku that goes so well with the photo - I do like your site very much, by the way, a joy to be in a community with yourself and your blog.
Thank you so much for such a sweet compliment.
Aweiii...this is a pretty piece :))Superlike!
Thank you so much, A word of appreciation from you means a million.
Superb image and lovely lines to go with it...
Wow ... I never saw it as wind's toy before ... lovely :-)
I love the pictures you choose that go so aptly with your words. Windmills look so busy and full of purpose, spinning industriously, when all the time it's the wind that's doing all the work :DThe windmills are the wind's toys, but they're making the wind work for that joy ;)
Sometimes even I am surprised to find picture that suits my words to a tee, like this one. Windmills not only make windswork a joy, but also give aimless wind a reason to flow, isn't it, happy surrender on both sides!
Wow Meenakshi,You are a perfectionist! even a toy like wind mill has evoked such beautiful poetrry from you. Loved the presentation.
Thank you Ma'am! I am clueless how to react to such wonderful words.
you have became a master in Haiku without being in love with this form,well done
Thanks Cifar! Actually I have developed a liking for this form over a period of time. Thanks for reading!
:) lovely concept!
Wind's toy! How true! Good thought!
Thanks a lot!
Thank you so much for reading!
I love the playful touch in this one. :-)
A wind's toy :) wow!
Impressed once again.Happy Valentine Day.Travel India
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Thank you, Sir!