Thursday, 11 March 2010

Naisaiku - Another form

Wind flowing gently
Kissing all plants
Sweet smell Roses
Dance baby Dance
Roses smell sweet
Plants all kissing
Gently flowing Wind


  1. chitra said...
    Wow, Wow!!This is creativity.
    megzone said...
    this is one of those forms that enchant me but im somehow never able to try my hand at this..
    Someday i shall do this too..
    Nalini Hebbar said...
    This is really nice...very creative indeed...I should try it too...thanks:)
    vidya said...
    This is amazing..wasnt aware of such poetry!
    Amity said...
    Hi Saras;

    Thanks for the visit in my blog.

    So this is a Naisaiku? I am following one good writer like you who loves writing this form of poetry...Sue of Tumblewords...:)

    Lovely poetry Saras!
    Chatterbox said...
    Wonderful words :)
    It's my first visit to your blog and I am liking it here.

    Keep up the good work.

    Leo said...
    Saras sir, it's been a while since I came here..
    and I dropped in on a nice thoughtful post! :)

    good write! :)
    Vibhuti B said...
    Is this really a form of verse? How did you ever manage to discover it? WOW..thanks for sharing...I dont know if ill ever be able to pen one myself!
    Saras said...
    Thank you.
    Thanks. You can do it, it is no big deal.
    This should be a piece of cake for you!
    Thanks for visiting.
    Thank you. Please come often.
    I know, I have to really attract you into visiting!!
    Thanks dear.
    Yes, it is a form of poetry under Naisaiku variety.You can do it. Just give it a try and you will be amazed to see your talent!
    Wendy Naisa said...
    Hi Saras, Sorry your link to this post got stuck in the spam pile at The NaiSaiKu Challenge? site. I've rescued it, and have re-posted it for this weeks challenge.

    Brilliant work, you really have the knack for this!
    Stan Ski said...
    A very refreshing feel to this.
    Tumblewords: said...
    Well. I like this! Fresh and springlike.

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