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Wah Wah! Laddu samoso ke bich!Now it's easy for me to explain a child how to draw a rising sun in a landscape of mountains. Innovative idea. You're definitely a great teacher :)
Thanks Ravish :) Glad you liked it bro :)
Thanks Uppal ji :) Holiday hunger pangs :)
Hindi Haiku .. nice samosa and laddu analogy :)
Thanks Ankur :) Hungry kya :p :)
Thanks Santa .. Welcome here :)
Motichoor laddoo ---for its golden yellow color. Mother Nature must have been hungry when she created these 2 !
Thanks a lot Dr. Sahiba .. :) Without reading your book but by the reviews and some lines from it .. I am dying curious to read it !! And your insightful comments just add to the drive..
क्या बात है ... सूरज वो भी इस अंदाज़ से देखना ...अच्छा हाइकू ...
Dhanyawad .. is blog par swagat hai aapka avm aapke swapno ka :)
haha.. Okie.. I wouldn't ever could have imagined that.. but then now that I read it.. so true Kokila.. Suraj aur sleep ki bahar, kya baat h :D
Glad you liked it Shanx .. :)
Hehe... really it is.Both laddu and samosas are my favourite..:-D And really I wonder how could we have thought along the same line..!! Uncanny but I'm loving it SO VERY MUCH... :-)
Same here girl :) Thanks seem such a formal word between us .. but its a feeling that I feel everytime your name pops up on my screen :) So once again making it formal - Thanks Soul-Sis :)
Loved the analogy!!
Hey.. Thanks !!
Samose me Laddu..waah..:)Nice post..:)Please do check mine and comment:https://www.indiblogger.in/indipost.php?post=452573
Thanks Uttpal :)
Haha, that's a cute comparison :>
Thanks Sreesha :D :D the sky is a plate ... :p
Some yummy imagination you got there, Kokila :)
He he Beloo ... agar sach me aisa hota to !!Thanks for the visit dear :)
Aaj blog posts padhte padhte bhuk lag aayi.. :D
He he .. Roohi .. aur socho ki muje is tarah se daant padti thi der se uthne par :)Thanks dear:)
सूरज का एक अलग रूप दिखाया आपने कोकिला जी
Dhanyawad Yogi... us nazariye se dekhne ke liye taiyyar hue aap :D :p
Actually yeah! you're right. That's so sweet! (pun intended.)Cute one, Kokila. :)
Lol .. sweet (!) words from a tangy (!) girl traveller :D :)Thanks Dee :)
awww... super cute Kokila... :--)
Ideal scene for Cheeniji :pThanks dear :)
you have become a Haiku master now, superb
Baba re Cifar !! Thanks a lot :)
you have became a Haiku master now, superb
Thanks for the generosity Cifar :)
Ha haa :D its so nice! I like it :)
Thanks Sindhu .. glad you enjoyed it :)
Food and nature! Awesome combination!
Thanks Mridula ... wish it could be true though :p :)
Ha ha..... Good one Kokila!!!!
Inspired by your blog dear :) Sooo... glad you liked it Bhavani :)
Glad if it made you smile Amit :)
That's so cute...loved it babe!
He he .. dear .. our next meets menu :p
Wow! That is wonderful a haiku with eatables.
Thanks a lot Indrani ... sorry for the late reply dear :( pleased to see you visited :)
You really understand Haiku, The grammar The emotions! The feelings! It was not true to grammar of a Haiku, but it was beautiful. Just like Yoshiko Amida, a fighter bomber WW2. A Kamikaze. The cherry blossoms, Here today, gone now. Ita a three line Haiku, which shattered all the prevailing rules, but is immortal because Yoshiko San crashed his single seater bomber in an allied forces ship immediately after radioing in this final death poem. BTW, Kokila, Haiku was a Samurai death poem, which was always played as a contest between samurai. :Do Crazy world!
MY God Rakesh ..These words are wonderful. And as embarrassing as it may sound but I was unaware of Yoshiko San and his haiku. Yes its different from the traditional 5-7-5 set but Haiku exist in many forms it seems. While writing these I double check my syllable count which is different for both languages. I am trying to grab the first ring of the Haiku ladder and hope that motivation and gentle guidance from friends will help me in it . The one above is a very impulsive crazy fun haiku (if we can call haiku fun) as I was super happy that vacations started! Generally I try to personify an emotion through nature in these ... again just an effort :)Thanks for such thoughtful words Rakesh ... Keep visiting :)
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Yes. You did. Why don't you try to put them in Haiku form? Like, formatted! It'd look so pretty, na!
And, even I don't know a bundle of things, so no need of being embarrassed. Next you will punch me on my nose! Hahaha We always live and learn. I just love to research the samurai. And, being a short story writer and a shayar, I loved their poetry. Just hated that marnewala bit:)
You have said everything Rakesh ..so I am speechless:) - as usual :)
wah... kya bat hai... very nice comparison... :-)
Thank You Ashish :) Glad you liked it ...:)
Your views make this blog work ...Thanks a lot. :)
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