Friday, February 1, 2013

She Paints Joy..


My 695th Post

Added for
One Single Impression -Sunday
prompt: Charisma\

Written for
Haiku Heights - Saturday
prompt: Pride
 
and
shared with
Haiku My Heart - Friday
( Thanks to MMT for guiding me there..)

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Charisma

Her one smile,
 thousands of Suns shine;
charisma..

Charisma;
I look in mirror,
she smiles back 

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She Paints Joy..
 
 
She takes pride
in her work with soul;
glow in eyes
 
Glow in eyes
and smile on her face;
she paints joy
 
She paints joy;
happy colours drip,
on my palm
 
On my palm
I let her dreams dance;
she is quiet
 
She is quiet
unfazed, stronger;
glow in eyes
 
Glow in eyes;
in her work with soul,
she takes pride..
 
 
RS:)
 

20 comments:

  1. Beautifully written .... and 695 posts ??? WOW !!!

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  2. Painting joy must be one of life's most precious experiences!

    Beggar and Buddha

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  3. Your words paint joy...
    so soft and artistic ♥

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  4. Ramesh,
    You've painted a beautiful word picture.

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  5. This is a great demonstration of pride.

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  6. Enjoyed your piece on charisma.. an unique perspective..

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  7. Lovely and soothing...thank you. Enjoyed reading your post.
    Peace,
    Siggi

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  8. Beautiful imagery throughout Ramesh and congratulations on your latest blog milestone.

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  9. Charisma is catching isn't it? I like this.
    ..

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  10. wow! your 695th post is wonderful - :)

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  11. wow! Both the takes Charisma as well as pride, happy colours drips on my palm. Contagious!

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  12. Congratulations on your 695th post! Terrific haiku too. :-)
    Eliz

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  13. The glow of pride is well stated in your haiku. Nicely done.

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  14. PS:I'm testing the waters:

    http://wovendreamsprompts.wordpress.com/2013/02/08/welcome-to-woven-dreams/

    with a new blog idea.

    Hope you'll stop in soon Ramesh.

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  15. Ramesh, as you know, I don't often comment, but this is such a lovely sestina, full of joy and creativity. Your writing skills grow and grow.

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