Sep 16, 2014

Train


glittering diamonds
on roses' petals -
her wedding train


© 2014 Balqis


14 comments:


  1. Wow! That's nice, I didn't even think in that direction:)-

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    1. Thanks! It came to my mind when I saw the prompt. :)

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  2. Beautiful :-) A very unusual take on the prompt :-)

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    1. So kind of you, Amrit. Instead of thinking the choo-choo train, another was on my mind. Thank you! :)

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    2. I wanted to use "train" as a verb, but didn't know quite how to do it. I like how you've used "train" as a noun, not of the choo-choo variety!

      Train for All Seasons

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    3. Homophones can make us think in different ways.

      You could write very good Haiku, MMT.

      Thank you for your comments. :)

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  3. A lovely thoughts you captured in your words- BB! Nicely done- :))

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    1. Hey, Omo! Wedding trains are beautiful. Was thinking of that "train" and penned some simple thoughts. Thanks for your kindness. :)

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  4. I like this idea Balqis! It's different from what we might be thinking when we hear the word "train". Interesting and lovely, as always.

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    1. It means a lot when you said you liked it, Marie. Both you and I know how lovely brides look when they put on wedding trains, some might be a few metres long.

      I appreciate so much your words. Thank you! :)

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    1. Thank you, Georgia.
      Welcome to my blog! :)

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  6. glittering comments
    on balquis' haikus -
    her winning blog

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    1. Wow! I'm amazed by your poetic touch on Haiku. You have been hiding your talents for too long!

      Thank you, Dr., for your beautiful comments. :)

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