Saturday, April 30, 2011

Good for Her, na.. ..for OSI..




Written for OSI Prompt : Border......  a different treatment... hope I did justice....




Good for Her and You…


She removes the border
Of her Saree to give
A flashy design
To your silken Shirt
You should be the star attraction
In the party as that will
Make you return
Cheerful and happy
Good for her, na..


What would she do with
Borderless Saree
Don’t you know she
Loves to give new dresses
To children on special days..
Without any burden on you
You need to be comfortable,
For that’s what matters
Good for her, na..



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And now my very own  Haikus...


In my own world too
Borders exist, heart and mind
Clearly divided..



a Moon Haiku..



Everything looks good
From a distance, Moon too sees
A borderless Earth..




By RS   : )






16 comments:

  1. Ramesh - these are wonderful piece of work. You are spot on with the prompt.

    Thanks for your kind words on my post.

    Lisa
    InspiredbyLisa

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  2. I am looking at that Saree...well said!

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  3. Borderless earth, nice image.

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  4. Love your last piece most. It truely is as you say.

    Please have a good new month and week as well.

    daily athens

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  5. Each one is great and so insightful.

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  6. These are nice, Ramesh. The first one is real cute, na.
    ..

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  7. Pyaara Dost,
    Good Evening!
    I could never think of this use of any saree border!
    Creative,really!
    Good for her and him and the family!
    Nice verses...
    Good for the readers,nah?:)
    Wishing you a lovely night,
    Sasneham,
    Anu

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  8. I think that you did it justice. This is a lovely post.

    Have a good week, Boonie

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  9. Nicely written- I can especially relate to the first haiku- a border between the heart and mind- yes there is!

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  10. Sir just loved the Moon Haiku.. so much said in so little...

    And for Her... nothing said is enough said...
    she wakes up before the sun
    and toils till it's back to sleep
    So you have that b'day party
    And she smiles within and you without


    And honestly, that border that clearly divides heart and mind.. is going take long to get completed and get working for me. Learning :) :)

    Beautiful.....

    Regards

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  11. ahhh yes compromise.... it is a good thing... and the haikuz are wonderful....

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  12. Each one is different...beautiful.
    Well done.

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  13. I love first Haiku. Border between mind and heart is often so glaring!

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