Typically, When I Think About Miracles, I Compose.
woww..that really inspired.....
Thanks, Sreeja! :)
How simply expressd the truth!Soul prefers poor pure note!
Thank you, Pranita! :)
Simply beautiful ~
Thanks, Grace! :)
So true ... we should look within to seek inspiration, and no where else ... lovely message :-)
Thanks a lot, Amrit! :)
A big lessen in few syllables.. wow.. Seek no more..thanks a lot for this.. well I am here...http://rameshsood.blogspot.in/2012/08/morning-sees-eyes-glow.html
Thanks, Ramesh Sir! Glad to hear that from you! :)
If only! ;)
great message in succinct words.....lovely
Thank you, Joanne! Glad you liked it! :)
That is what I feel alive within me breathing, inspired. Beautiful!
Thanks for appreciating, Susan! :)
Spot on :)
Thanks, Tigerbite! :)
Beautiful and wise:)
Ahh! Thanks a lot, Sherry! :)
Thank you, Simran! :)
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it takes only 7 abve words to write something deep huh?That was true and magical like you had suggested to me.
That's very kind of you, Aravind! Thanks a lot! :)
Very true!...Inspiring haiku! Beautifully penned...Broken Soul
Thank you, Valli! :)
beautiful. "seek no more", everyone wants to rest. that would be great. wonderfully written. A Scented and Musical Soul
Thank you so much, SJ!
Good advice, but not always easy to do.
I agree, Patti! Thanks for stopping by! :)
Thank you! :)
I must ditto the 'brilliant'!
Thanks a lot, Sharla! :)
I also say 'Brilliant'!
Thank you, Amit! :)
Better than Karate Kid!
lol Thanks! :D
Thanks, Palak! :)
You've found your calling, Very good Vashali!Hank
Thanks so much, Hank! Always good to hear from you! :)
I used a lot more words to get a similar point across...shows it isn't always necessary ;)
Had it not been for a haiku, I too would have written a long, descriptive one. Your poems are a pleasure to read, Katy. Thanks for appreciating! :)