Monday, 21 February 2011

Try solve the Puzzle


Born through destiny
Life puzzles on the earth solved
Saints attain "Moksha"

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Puzzling pieces scattered everywhere
Words communicated and words unsaid
Lovers trying to resolve the equation
whether Newtons law of attraction is present
Couples try to interpret the consequence
Newton Third law equal and opposite reaction's truth

Puzzling pieces scattered everywhere
To fit them perfectly
Lot of patience is needed
The wait is not short
Human brain thinks of the outcome
Of the image that appears next minute
It tries to solve the pieces
Just to get that ting of
Satisfaction

Puzzling pieces scattered everywhere
The surrounding are puzzling
with new invaders attacking
the health of man and earth
People are more puzzling
The man he seemed yesterday
is not the same man tomorrow
Yet we have to move on
to fit the puzzling pieces
The wait is not short and
The wait is not the end

-for Magpie Picture prompt By: Umamaheswari Anandane

22 comments:

  1. First Very nice Haiku.

    Second, Thought provking Magpie.

    All in all very nicely done!

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  2. Very interesting. Life's puzzles will be solved, this we know.

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  3. So many puzzles...keeps life intriguing

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  4. The haiku is perfect...

    and in the poem, I loved the reference to Newton's laws...very nice :)

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  5. Indeed - life is full of pieces...this is very nicely done!

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  6. each day a puzzle requires to be solved.. Human is the greatest puzzle.. truly said.. very thought provoking piece!!

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  7. fantastic pieces uma. wonderfully written.

    trisha
    http://sharmishthabasu.wordpress.com/2011/02/20/ivory-stairs/

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  8. I liked the line "Puzzling pieces scattered everywhere". Nice!

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  9. Enjoyed your creations for the day ~~ Thank you for sharing! ~becca~
    http://beccagivens.wordpress.com/2011/02/22/paces-quicken/

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  10. I very much enjoyed reading your words today. Thank you,

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  11. I thought "Moksha" was an anagram that I was supposed to solve, until I looked it up. In the meantime, I came up with:

    Homask

    Komash

    Somkah

    Clearly, I missed the point here.

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  12. It is very confusing, wouldn't you say?

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  13. @all Thanks for your valuable comments!

    @Bryan - "Moksha" means the ultimate goal reached by self-realization to reach the final destination(God,the creater)
    See -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moksha
    and http://www.thecolorsofindia.com/moksha/index.html for more details reg. the same

    @Shigune -If you read the poem again ,you will understand.
    It is divided into 3 parts :

    Part 1:Life/Love relationship puzzle
    Part 2:Work /Solving puzzle (reg.human brain)
    Part 3:The natural disasters /the new age diseases (trying to find the solution or medicine reg the same to safe guard human beings)

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  14. "The wait is not short and the wait is not the end." Powerful thought.

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  15. wonderful haiku..
    I loved the way you brought Newton's laws...
    Enjoyed..
    Here is my magpie..
    http://poem-myworldofexcitement.blogspot.com/2011/02/poem52a-puzzle.html

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  16. Perfect Haiku, perfect message.. Thanks uma..

    Someone is Special

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  17. The man he seemed yesterday
    is not the same man tomorrow

    Very perceptive!

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  18. The man he seemed yesterday
    is not the same man tomorrow
    Love these lines... as they ring so true with most of us.

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  19. love the last two lines- well done!

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  20. Woww.. this was really good, Uma... those scientific inclusions were done so well!!
    "The man he seemed yesterday
    is not the same man tomorrow" -- hmm.... we can DEFINITELY vouch for that!! (sigh)
    And those last 2 lines were my ultimate favorite!!
    A very nicely put together magpie, my friend..

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  21. Nicely done ... great takes on the prompts!!

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