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Monday, October 18, 2010

Serenity - Haiku Heights



deep within eyes
pickled in a brine of tears-
serenity ripens

For 




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19 COMMENTS:

Purba said...

Crying does have a calming effect even if it does make you unbearably sad. Nice one, Nalini.

Nanka said...

Intense feelings openly displayed and then the burden lifts off giving calm.

Lost in thoughts said...

Tears bursting out induces serenity...Nice

Pratibha The Talent said...

so much said in three lines of haiku.greatt.http://pratibhameanstalent.blogspot.com/

Rumya said...

Letting go of bottled up feelings sure leads to peace. :)

dr.antony said...

for how long?

umapoems said...

Beautiful and true

Nalini Hebbar said...

Hi Guys...here I talk about the gaining of experience in life. With tiny doses of happiness and sorrow, life teaches you patience and acceptance, all of which contribute to the serenity that comes with age...pickled in brine...strangely, laughter as well as pain bring tears...and both teach us how to live.

JOHNSKC-SHARE-VIEWS said...

So excellent and so meaningful. It is amazing.

satyananda kumar

Nalini Hebbar said...

@Satyananda...welcome to my blog...nice to see old friends again...:)

megzone said...

lovely haiku nalini :)
looks like being your regular reader helped me churn out too :D

Sumit Sarkar said...

Wow...very nice.... :)

NENSA MOON said...

beautiful site!

Jingle said...

wow,
the eye really says (sees)..
breath taking.

buttercup said...

Amazing image with such creative expressed words. Well done my friend, I loved it x

Amity said...

i love the serenity after a bucket of tears...:-)

Nandhini said...

Somehow this picture is too disturbing to see. Along with the eyes and the tears, the pain is caught too.

Serenity is a beautiful word matching your haiku perfectly.

zephyr said...

So rightly said that laughter as much as sorrow brings tears to the eyes and both are indeed calming! Great lines.

Rajendra raikwar said...

wow! very nice