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Writing 101, Day 17- Mine your own material.

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Writing 101, Day 17- Mine your own material.

When I had just joined Word Press, I wanted to do many things at a time. Writing short poems in Hindi and English, photography, short stories etc. I stumbled upon Haiku, Haynaku and Haibun  and tried my hand on that also. But I had no courage to publish them . This assignment has given me a nice chance mine my old material.

Seasons come and go
According to their cycle
Relish with fervor

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Seasons come and go

According to their cycle

Our mood swings  with them

 

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Haynaku

Time
never wasted
teaches you something

Something
to learn
from your failures

Failures
to gain
Success next time

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 Haibun

“Not only the thirsty seek the water,
the water as well seeks the thirsty.” Rumi
 
I’m walking on the water, on the sea waves,
they engulf me, embrace me, caress me,
they are cooling, soothing, taking away all the worries from my mind
I need sea. Its vastness , calmness, serenity empowers me.
Does it needs me too?
How I’m to know?
They say, sea never takes anything from anyone,
it returns everything.
Is it unconditional love from its side.
Please,make me feel wanted, take me.
 
bonded forever
argument unresolved
are we soul mates.

 

About Indira

I knew all along that life is about, love, compassion, compatibility and friendship, but now I have discovered that life is also about sharing thought, encouraging others and getting encouraged. So here I am with my blogs about life, friendship, love, and whatever life has taught me.

19 responses »

  1. Lovely thoughts Indira.🙂

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  2. I don’t know what these three concepts are; keep on hearing about those, since last year at WP. I’m intrigued by above illustrations…

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  3. Lovely poems with full of sense thoughts. You are really a natural Indira!😀

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  4. Beautiful poem Indira

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  5. fantastic poems Indira, and great pix.

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  6. Even i have been reading these words, googled also learnt a bit not the entire thing.

    It hardly matters it is which form of poems , content and message is all that important, i believe , if we get the perception of the writer as readers , i think its sufficient, for both to cheer!!

    Oh yes!!

    Its wonderful explanation of what “Rumi” said and what you have written!!

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  7. I like Rumi as well and have read him. I like the photos here as well as the writing.

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