Thursday, October 17, 2013

Communication~



Some pebbles break, denude me of my breath
air tinkling with the voices of crickets
 and grass hoppers spill over. Raise more calls!

When scientific explanation given for almost everything,
the silent mind come snorting out on the prowl
The earth's pandemonium gushes forth

The passions delve; the answer ricochets back
Like raindrops...tic...tic...tic. I listen to them- life surges in
Soil of the forest gives me tales of survivals.

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  1. haha i love the opening stanza....the air tinkling....the energy in raise more calls!
    i like answers ricocheting as well...and i think i will go listen to the soil a bit....smiles.

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  2. Oh, I just read about that 'supernova whip', Brian. Awesome take...dying for my cuppa now !! Smiles....
    Do share the stories..:D :D
    Thanks a bunch!

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  3. Lovely... I especially like the first line.

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    1. Thanks for dropping by, deepak!

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  5. The poem shows you as nature lover, such nice observation here...great!

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    1. Yes, I am ...humbird!! And I also love your handle-name... :) Thanks for stopping by...

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  6. I love "the silent mind, come snorting out on the prowl".......awesome, Panchali.

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    1. Oh, thank you so much, Sherry! Good to come back to PU after a break!! :)

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  7. A true nature lover's fab description.

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    1. Thanks a bunch, Indu for your wonderful comment...:))

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  8. To say that the most silent speak volumes to us and yet, we remain deaf! Lovely piece!

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    1. Yes Akila...Silence speaks volumes... but we don't hear them though...:(
      Many thanks for that lovely comment....:)

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  9. What a beautiful rain to get drenched in :)

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  10. Lovely lines and you make me realize how much I miss poetryblogroll now. "Tales of survival"- what an interesting word to use :)

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    1. Why don't you join back, Uma...I have been a bit irregular of late, but I intend to be regular soon. Sorry about the delayed response.
      Thanks for being here :)

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  11. Use of such lovely words wants me to create a poem too..

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    1. Arghh...for you it's easy, my girl. You are such a powerful writer, Manjulika. Thanks for that pat...:)

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  12. I can feel the hum of your poem! The energy is vibrant, as the beautiful rain~
    Nice :D

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    1. Oh, I am so glad, Ella to know that you enjoyed reading this poem. Thanks :)

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  13. So much of ambiguity, that is what makes this beautiful!
    Nicely written Panchalidi!

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    1. Oh, you read it so well, Indrani. Thanks for reading :)

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  14. AMAZING Panchali! I love the message and the flow, the rhythm and your wonderful choice of words. Great add to the group.

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    1. Oh, Thank you very much for the compliment... and for the visit, Kim. The meme was just too good. Thanks..:))))

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  15. Great job. The first verse grabbed me. The others held me til the end.

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    1. Gail, I am so pleased that it kept you hooked till the last...thanks a bunch :)

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    1. Rahul...There are many of your posts I haven't got round to reading. Will be reading in the next few days... :)))

      Thanks ....You made me feel so good. :)))

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  17. So beautiful, so powerful! I especially loved the last line - Soil of the forest gives me tales of survivals.Tales of Survival - has a nice ring to it. A new poem title/idea, maybe?
    Loved the blog, keep writing!

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    1. Adi... I am thrilled you liked the 'idea'... I think I can pat myself on the back if I managed to captivate you...:) Thank you.

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  18. Earth's pandemonium refuting all scientific explanations...পাঞ্চালীদি অনেক দিন পর ভীষণ ভাল লাগল


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    1. Tomake o anek din pore dekhey bhalo laglo! Pujo kemon kataley.....tomar pore bhalo laglo, shune ami khub khushi--abaar esho! Thanks a lot! :)

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  19. I think each of us can interpret it any way we want to. There is something special in listening to the natural life on earth, specially in the forests, when listening to the natural beings roam freely without any restriction.

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    1. Yes, Ashwini...a Nature-lover will find beauty everywhere...:) Thanks for stopping by...and for that wonderful comment :)

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  20. Amazing play of words, Panchali!

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    1. So good to see you here after a long time, Rachna. Thanks for that 'adorable' comment. You made me feel so good. :)))

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  21. And the life goes on... much like the yellow leaves perennially under the cast of gravity's spell... much like the blinking of eyes of the owls...nothing stops before the breath

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    1. That my narration managed to captivate you is a big enough compliment to me..., Ashwini!! Thanks for the visit... pleasure... :))

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  22. Nice one, Panchali!
    Some things have more beauty than all the scientific explanations can explain! :)

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    1. I completely agree with you, Anita. Thanks for being here...pleasure... :)

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