Free Soul 20th Feb 2011

Quite a few of my friends don’t allow name/url option in their blogs, and they shower me with compliments I thank them for their one-sided support, (affection, appreciation is mutual) and eagerly wait the day when they will allow name/url option in their blogs. Five of them are:

http://kavisionz.wordpress.com

http://myriad-sumit.blogspot.com/

http://rameshsood.blogspot.com/

http://shadowdancingwithmind.blogspot.com/

http://kseverny.wordpress.com/ (his blog refuses to open- just like kavita’s blog)

Thanks again my dear friends.

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http://mydomainpvt.wordpress.com/free-soul/

The earlier poems are in the page above.

Today’s post is for:

For Monday Morning Writing Prompt @ http://liv2write2day.wordpress.com the theme this week 100 greatest novels of this century.

Rebecca

Plain Jane slips in slippers
worn by Cleopatra
mystery unleashed

Sharmishtha basu
23 .2.11

Thursday Rally for Poets (which will be held once in every three weeks, and is being held this week 17-24th Feb) @ http://thursdaypoetsrallypoetry.wordpress.com/

blue heron

For Poetry Potluck @ http://jinglepoetry.blogspot.com the theme this week is home, temple and sanctum

home, temple and sanctum

For haiku heights @ http://haiku-heights.blogspot.com

memory

For Sensational Haiku Wednesdays @ http://youknowthatblog.com

elation

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73 thoughts on “Free Soul 20th Feb 2011

  1. Oh my what a treasures here, Trisha. The grace of a heron, the truth about home, the wonder of old rose-scented memories, the treasure of a child … such a wonderful post. I’m sitting here with a big silly grin on my face. Such happiness described. Thank you!

  2. Home, Temple and Sanctum are all three very private and sacred places which no one can violate!! Well said!!

    Dreams which were lying wrapped and now spilling out of its sanctuary, reviving beautiful memories is super!!

    Your variety of thoughts show great movements Trisha!!

  3. Your work is admirable, Trisha. I especially am drawn to the rose in the book and the sentiment of a lingering memory it represents. How sweet! And your painting of the rose is sublime. I like the blue heron, too. Beautiful. Your work is all good. Blessings to you…

  4. Each haiku presents a picture and an intriguing question– what an interesting observer of life you are!

  5. Trisha these are just wonderful…my favorite is the one about the rose.

  6. i especially like the red rose sleeping in a book…

  7. Great work with the rose in the book, and one of the most sublime ways to bring back a past moment.

  8. I think my favorite is the red rose “wrapped in a memory”. What a beautiful thought. And I love your beautiful Blue Heron. You did a marvelous job. We have many of these birds here in Florida.

    You are doing wonderfully with your haiku. :)

  9. so lovely potluck entry and Haikus.

    well done.
    A++

  10. smiles. there are great…the rose made me think of those we have pressed in books…yes each a memory….so much potentil in that heron ready to spring…

  11. Trisha!

    I love the red rose, sleeping in the book. That is so sweet and so true.

    very clever!

  12. What a fantastic idea.
    Some great haiku’s in this post

  13. wonderful old-soul pieces here…

  14. Oh, I also suffer net problems very often…and it is so so bad…I feel guilty even if i can’t visit my visitor’s blog!

  15. Amazing,
    Super fantabulous
    And again amazing …

    Am tired of using these adjectives for you deari .. I think its high time i learn new ones .. btw, just curious , you do all the art in MS PAINT ?? or is it some other tool ??

    • the things i share here are all done in MS Paint, my real pencil/paintbrush works are scary. Thats why i am so grateful to Microsoft for working as more than wind beneath my muse’s wings.

  16. btw, the potluck entry was the best .. almost the same idea i had in mind when i first saw the prompt :)

  17. This may sound unbelievable- I was just thinking about you!
    Telepathy? This isn’t the 1st time it has happened- my faculties are developed I guess.. I need to channelize the energy.

    I like this playful dedication- beautiful.. :)
    The entire post is so enchanting- you rock my dear girl..!!

    Love xx

  18. Love the haiku about ‘Home’! Of course they should all be the same!
    Thanks for visiting my poem earlier,

  19. Happy Birthday to Jamie! Sounds like she will have a beautiful one.

    You haiku are so lovely, Trisha. I love blue herons – they are the embodiment of stillness and grace. You captured their essence perfectly.

    I love when I find flowers tucked inside old volumes…they seem to hold magic, don’t they?

  20. your home, temple, and sanctum is One! Love it! :)

  21. I LOVED EACH HAIKU… AND HEY, SOMEHOW I DON’T UNDERSTAND MUCH ABOUT TECHNICALITIES INVOLVED IN BLOGGING.. WELL…TRY COMMENTING NOW..YOUR COMMENTS ARE INDEED VALUABLE..

  22. When my pc misbehaves, it upset me, too!

  23. There are quite a few things I liked about this post. For one, it was a very cool glimpse at your personality. I loved that you turned the domain comment pc issue into poetry. THAT, my friend, is way too AWESOME. I love all the haikus, and I love that you wrote one and created an image especially for our Potluck theme. That is just so cool. But the last haiku is my favorite, because it really speaks to me directly. I completely relate!

  24. All were a delight to read, though I must say that the heron was simply delicious to let my mind ingest!

  25. Wonderful thoughts.
    Very subtle
    Nicely done.

    Cheers!
    JzB

  26. I identify with your problem too and we are attacked by the solar fallout :D That was a well done, heart felt and a beautiful verse~ “Free Soul” and no one should miss it as quite a few can relate to it …me too!! :D

  27. So many terrific pieces here – well done :)

  28. This post is packed with treats. I love what you did with Rebecca…also one of my favorite novels. Thanks for responding to the prompt, Trisha. You are indeed special.

  29. Great poem! I think a lot of us can sympathize… ;D

  30. It rook me a while to work out how to enable anon comments
    Love the heron haiku :O)

    • I am happy that you enabled it, i have noted that quite a few of ace writers of our groups dont allow anon comments, its so disappointing to read those masterpieces without letting the authors know how splendid they are.

  31. Hi Trisha

    A wonderful poetry-fest today!

    I particularly enjoyed your elation :)

    Thanks for dropping by – it was lovely to see you.

    :Dom

  32. It’s onerous to search out educated people on this topic, however you sound like you know what you’re speaking about! Thanks

  33. I dig the plain jane in so many ways lol
    Happy Sunday! :)

  34. Greetings:

    Hope all is well.

    Noting that you have been part of poets rally in the year of 2011,
    what an achievement, thanks for your outstanding contribution to us
    along the way, keep up the excellence. Best!

    Come join our poetry rally today if you wish to mingle and get inspired!

    A poem of your choice or a free verse is accepted.

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

    Looking forward to seeing you share.
    Respect and hugs.
    xoxox

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