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thinkALONG! 7 June

A TUESDAY FEATURE

host: Muskaan Ahuja

guest editor: Lakshmi Iyer


"Throw open your window and let the scenery of clouds and sky enter your room"


--- Yosa Buson


How many of us open the window/door and have a glimpse of the early dawn? Has the nature outside inspired you to write any poem; if so please share. Let it be from 'Your Open Window'. Let the outpour of words take us to the reality that open windows are the best place to see another world.


Sharing poems from 'My Open Window':


open window

the paper boy whistling back

to a whistling thrush



gentle breeze the soft waves

of a cat's hair


-- Lakshmi Iyer



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RS
RS
12 de jun. de 2022

Lovely. The first thing in the morning is to open that lovely window that shares the world with me. Sharing one of my poems.


open window

the rose and i sleep

under moonlight


Publication Credit : Presence Magazine, Issue 68.

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RS
RS
13 de jun. de 2022
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Thank you, Muskaan :)

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Muskaan Ahuja
Muskaan Ahuja
12 de jun. de 2022

porch window

the sound of leaves

scattering away

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Mallika Chari
Mallika Chari
12 de jun. de 2022

night long shower

her morning tweets

fill the foliage

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neena singh
neena singh
12 de jun. de 2022

Lovely theme & post dear Lakshmi & Muskaan. This resonates with me too!

rosy dawn

awakening to the chorus

of birdsong


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Muskaan Ahuja
Muskaan Ahuja
12 de jun. de 2022
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Really nice, Robert. But the L3 isn’t reading smooth to me. There is always a scope for improvement!

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each morning

the same noise draws me too

crows in the garden

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Thank you Richa for your contribution to the post. It appears the crows have quite an audience.

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