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Monday, January 04, 2016

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                                                                                        liquid moonbeams fall
                                                                                    someplace between reverie                                                                                                                                                         and dreams, I find you

                                        




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72 comments:

  1. Beautiful both of them. Loved the second one more.

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    1. Thank you Somali:)
      second one means this one ?

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    1. Coming from you, these words are exquisite! Thank you Milan :)

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  3. peaceful like the placid moonbeams...:)

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    1. Yeah, a comforting thought ...Thank you, girl :)

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  4. The beauty of your haiku is they contain very subtle message from the far - the very far. One way to find HIM is to look in the space between reverie and dreams. Your liquid moonbeams appear to me as a divine light entering through third eye - the Ajna Chakra.

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    1. Bless you for the wonderful words Ravish!I like the way you say far- very far ...that place between sleep, dreams and reverie is indeed far and the ONLY way to find HIM!
      something like - "Kya ho, kyon ho iska to bhaar-vichaar na seh sakta .. " :)
      Thank you again :)

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    1. Its a Wow! that you find it so Amit! Thank YOU :))

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  6. Such a lovely Haiku, very well written indeed. Love how you prosed this - 'liquid moonbeams' Haven't ever heard anyone describe moonbeams that way.

    xoxo - Style.. A Pastiche

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    1. Its gladdening to know you liked it! I have been fortunate enough to witness the liquidity of moonbeams as well as feel the soft fluidity they cause within us..Despite being cool in nature, they can melt one's total being!
      Thanks again for stopping by :)

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  7. Liquid moonbeam only the poet can translate....beautiful.

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    1. First of all WELCOME Chaitali ..you were missed dear :)
      Thank you for stopping by ..really glad to see you here and yes,for the comment love too :))

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  8. Wow.. liquid moonbeams, what an imagery! As beautiful as the picture! :)

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    1. Hey Maitreni ..glad you liked it girl! ThankYOU :))

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  9. Liquid moonbeams- the phrase immediately transported me t someplace else... where dream meets imagination and beauty! Wonderful soul-sis... :-)

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    1. Loads of thanks soul-sis..you liked it means,kuch to achhi hogi hi !
      :))

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  10. That place between reverie and dreams...so beautiful indeed :)
    Lovely haiku, dear.

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    1. Glad it resonated well with you purba .. you are an awesome poetess, so it means a lot :)

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  11. liquid moonbeams! How beautiful!
    That picture and those words took me someplace between reverie and dreams. :)

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    1. Great Divya !! Was missing you so much and yeah! Let's venture that place together! I'll write another haiku and you a beautifully photographed travelogue!! Hugs :)

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  12. You stun me with your beautiful words!
    Great work!
    A very happy new year to you dear!

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    1. Thank you for the visit globe trotter friend and for the wonderful comment :):)

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and the comment :)

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  14. ...between reverie and dreams - that's some nice imagination Kokila :)

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    1. So many thanks Vinay .. Yeah it's a nice place :p :)

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  16. You have provided some more lovely feeling to ponder over this night :)

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    1. Are you suggesting that vampire bat and owl are going to talk some bloody mush tonight :P :))

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  17. Liquid moonbeams.. Wow. Fantastic composition.

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  18. So beautifully done :) Such simple words yet so easily were turned magical :)

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    1. It's pleasing to know Shinchan likes it :)

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  19. Such a lovely painting of words, beautiful Kokila!

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    1. Hey Arti! Thanks for stopping by dear :) glad you liked it girl:))

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  20. I read it as Meera's haiku for Mohan....that was the first thought bestie :) that is the purity of this Haiku :)

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    1. Guess, now you know why I missed you so! Aur koun likhega aise bestie ke alawa :))thank-you for coming back !

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  21. Truly Artistic, Kokila.. The Photograph and the Poem match exact!

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    1. Thank you for the generous words Sir :)

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  22. You are Haiku master. :)
    Great work! :)

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    1. Thank-you Yogesh!You Just made my day :)

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  23. Your words paint an enchanting picture. Love it Kokila.

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    1. SO glad you liked it friend..It makes writing worthwhile when friends appreciate it.. :) :)

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  24. 'That place between reverie and dreams'- It's divine Kokila. Finding Him in solace is like discovering Him inside you. I can see Him through your haiku. :)

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    1. You have put it in the best way possible, Sangeeta ji.. as that is the only time I am able to 'meet' Him..rest of the times He is like the beating heart, intangible and abstract.
      Glad to have you here. :)

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