Tuesday, 12 March 2013

Heart Felt


Old withered buds
Make way for fresh camellia
Vase a transitory inn

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Boisterous Laugh
Drizzled with tears
Eyes equalize



54 comments:

  1. Meenakshi ,this is unique !! " Vase a transitory inn". is very appealing.

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  2. The image of the inn is fresh and wondrous!

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  3. Oh this is really so beautiful!Great!

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  4. These are both nicely done, though the 2nd is a bit puzzling.

    I sense a tone of underlying sadness.

    Cheers!
    JzB

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    1. When we laugh a lot, tears have tendency to appear. Eyes have way to equalize.

      Thanks for being here.

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  5. I feel deep meanings in the first...both are lovely

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  6. Wow! This is lovely composition.

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  7. Vase a transitory inn -- a really great interpretation!
    :)

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    1. I am glad these are worth reading. Thanks a lot!

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    1. Thanks for being here. much appreciated.

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  10. You interpreted vase in a beautiful way ... wow ... you surely have a great imagination :-)

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  11. Oh I love the idea of the flower stopping into a transitory inn! A new way of looking at a vase!

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    1. Thanks Wabi, coming from you it is an honour.

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  12. wow, this is like our life. we make way for the new ones as well.

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    1. That was the idea behind it. Everything is transitory.

      Thanks for visiting.

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  13. Fresh flowers...new season, yes

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    1. It is a positive way to look at it and essence of transition.

      Thanks a lot!

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  14. Love the first one. Emotional connection to refreshing the vase with a new camellia.

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    1. Thanks Maggie, I am glad you felt that way.

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  15. Vase as an inn!! awesome imagination you have got Meenakshi:)

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  16. wow Meenakshi

    one of your best---so philosophical

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  17. I loved the vase analogy there.. :)

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  18. Deep thoughts Meenakshi! Loved equally both haiku :)

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  19. The best thing about coming back to this blog after a brief hiatus is that I get to read one beautiful haiku after another. The second one is particularly lovely. "Eyes equalize" - what a thought!

    With your encouragement, I have finally written my first set of Haiku. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts on them -

    http://fisheyes-meanie.blogspot.in/2013/03/botanical-musings-haiku.html

    Thanks in advance :)

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    1. This one is my favourite too. Thanks for appreciating.

      I read you haiku, they are awesome. You are excellent at whatever you choose to do.

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  20. Another beautiful poem/haiku. I like this.
    Eliz

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  21. Both the sets are awesome Meenakshi. The first one is way too good ! :)

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  22. I should say this heart-felt too... Amazing :)

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