The first and third lines tell tales!
Thank you Uppal:) You got it:)
And a masterpiece is born. Beautiful.
Thank you Saru for your generous words:)
Wah bhai wah! Kya baat hai!!
Thank you sir:)
Wonderful, Amitji... Your poetry has 'Aag' just as your pen name :) Just read those I missed in last days... Some I understood, some I didn't. Thanks for giving meanings of difficult terms... TC... Keep smiling :)
You and all other non-hindi friends oblige me by reading my hindi ones...I'm grateful Sindhu for your generous support! Thanks a whole lot:)
Thank you Kokila:)
ufff!!! choo gaya :-)
sach? Thank you Archana:)
Thank you IB:)
beautiful haiku sir...
Thank you Hemendra:)
the same white canvas that has the ability to absorb all the colors painted on it, beautifully penned!
Thank you Shweta:)
Beautiful lines, but sorrowful.
Thank you Indrani:)
Thank you Rupam:)
Thank you Deepak:)
Thank you Bhavani:)
Such beautiful words!
Thank you Mridula:)
why so SAD amit sir ... have a smile I am back :) he he he he Bikram's
Now that you are back I am grinning from ear to ear Bikram sir:):):)
So few words, so beautiful message. God bless.
Thank you Abhijit:)
Melancholy message Amit
Thank you Suresh for reading:)
Regalia and agony - interesting collocation.
Thank you Tom for observing this:)
"Arrayed in regalia" is a wonderful phrase and the next line implies a lot. A great haiku, Amitji...you are a master... :-) Thanks for leaving the link on my blog.
Am honoured, Maniparna, and humbled! Thanks a whole lot:)It was my pleasure to give you a link as the subject was the same with two absolutely different approaches. Your gorgeous haiku reminded me of mine...our treatments are incongruous but the results are great!!