Thursday, 13 September 2012

Symphony




sleepless nights –
to offer the world
a grand show


none ever knows 
the cause of the brilliance
of an artist


curtain falls –
the applause echoes to play
a symphony




64 comments:

  1. A little story packed in three wonderfully crafted haiku. A nice symphony of words and images.

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  2. A glimpse behind the curtain - I enjoyed it.

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  3. Sometimes life is like this - no one understanding, but then there is the applause. It helps. Well done. I like your haiku very much.

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    1. True, it is so! And thanks a lot for the kind words, Ellecee. :)

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  4. Your haiku seems to capture the toll the symphony takes on the orchestra. Very inteeresting perspective

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    1. Glad you found it interesting! Thanks for appreciating! :)

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  5. Never tried Haiku but very interesting poem:>)

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    1. Thanks a lot, Sharla! :) Haiku is new to me too and I love writing in this form... quite challenging.

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  6. Applause is music to the ear when one has worked so hard. Nice take on this prompt!

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  7. For all the hard work, there must be reasons! Nicely Vaishali!

    Hank

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  8. VERY NICE! You painted a complete picture for me.

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    1. Glad I could do that, Judith! Thanks for letting me know. :)

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  9. I know not much about Haiku Vaishali except that I keep coming across it in blogosphere...So I dont think I can give any genuine comments here but I did give a shot at trying to understand what was being conveyed and it sounded beautiful :)

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    1. There, you gave me a genuinely helpful comment. Thank you so much and do try writing haiku. As I said earlier, it's interesting and challenging. :)

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  10. Wow ... lovely set ... you are indeed a great haiku writer :-)

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    1. That means a lot, Amrit! Thank you! :)

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  11. lovely and so thoughtful....loved it Vaishali....

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  12. That title reminds me....... I have to practice my violin :-)

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  13. Do check out my older post on Lavani at Do check out my older post on Lavani at http://mumbai-eyed.blogspot.in/2012/06/our-world-lavani.html since you said you were inerested in Lavani.

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  14. Applause echoes.. loved it..

    RS:)

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  15. Maybe the applause, if genuine, would be the biggest reward for their effort.

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  16. Well done!
    http://merlinspielen.com/2012/09/13/summer-symphony/

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  17. Some don't always hear the the symphony in the same way...but we all need applause anyway..nice..

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    1. That we all do. Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Katy! :)

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  18. Loved it! Applause, applause and once again applause!

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  19. I would love to be a part of it, as an audience though. Enjoying symphony both in music and words is so satisfying. Very beautifully written.

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  20. Vaishali, excellent effort. You have proved that such a great theme can be conveyed beautifully in a few lines!

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  21. Preety nice Haiku :) Loved the feel :)

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  22. Beautifully done!!...Lovely set of haiku!

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  23. hmmmm but symphony is good to have in life :)

    Bikram's

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  24. Lovely haiku Vaishali :)
    So, are you on a journey throughout this month?

    Regards

    Jay
    http://road-to-sanitarium.blogspot.in/

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    1. A journey of exam prep, Jay! lol

      Thanks a lot! :)

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