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Wednesday, 11 May 2016

ठूँठ


कोयल रोये
कितने पेड़ कटे
ठूँठ उदास

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41 comments:

  1. वाह जी , बहुत अच्छे

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  2. आपकी इस प्रस्तुति का लिंक 12-05-2016 को चर्चा मंच पर चर्चा - 2340 में दिया जाएगा
    धन्यवाद

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  3. kaun jaane kiska dard zyada hai - koyal kahin aur ja ke aashiyana banaegi par woh ghar ghar na hoga......toonth to kahin ja bhi na paega....

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    1. You have once again stunned me, Sunaina, with your exact interpretation...in fact I wanted to say behind the words in this haiku that crying, although more outwardly than sadness, is just an expression; while the latter is a state. Koyal toh ro kar phir se bas jaayegi par thoonth to hamesha barbaad hi rahega...koyal ka rona dikhai/sunaai deta hai lekin thoonth ki khamosh udaasi ka kyaa..?
      Thanks tonz for making my effort successful with your immense understanding:):)

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    2. Honored by the mention Amit ji....What leaves an indelible impression on my mind and heart is precisely poetry like this. It fills me with a strange kind of feeling...should I call it 'joy' I don't know....Maybe, as a poet you will know better what kind of feeling I am referring to....Something that makes me come alive.....I wish I could write like this too.....:)....what appears palpable to the sight affects us immediately....what is impalpable but still strongly present (like the stub's invisible pain) is what only sensitive hearts like yours can see....:)

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  4. 💥💥"नवीनतम करेंट अफेयर्स और नौकरी अपडेट के लिए इस ब्लॉग पर विजिट करते रहें।"💥💥

    Ishwarkag.blogspot.com

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  5. लेकिन दर्द सबको हुआ होगा ! बहतरीन हाइकू

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    1. Glad you liked, Ravish:) Thank you:)

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  7. Sounds beautiful but sorry what is the meaning of thoonth...

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    1. Thoonth is the stub of a tree. Thank you Deepak sir for this demand..I have added a picture as an explanation to my text:)

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  8. Brilliant, Sir.

    I guess many are sad because of wood burning. It creates a lot of pollution. Wish our government can find alternate and affordable means.

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    1. Yes, wood burning is a burning issue no doubt, and so is felling of trees in the name of development:(
      Thank you Saru:)

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  9. Very nice one Amitji --- even the "Thoonth" is sad probably because

    the hands that once tilled the lands
    and brought the earth prosperity
    have killed the fauna and cut the flora.
    and have brought in deserts so arid
    there is no shade the sun has burnt
    and the rivers that flow are acid.

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    1. Very beautiful lines, Rajni:)
      Thank you for this great rejoinder:)

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    1. Thank you Suresh:) Glad you liked:)

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  11. इक टीस सी उठतीं है ठूँठ में भी,कोई कोयल नहीं आयेगी अब :(

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    1. बिलकुल सही कहा!
      शुक्रिया मनीषा:)

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  12. beautiful poetry made even more beautiful by the discussions...Kudos Amit!

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    1. Glad you read all...I liked it! Thank you Rajeev:)

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