Monday, 23 December 2013



           GIFTS
Gift of unique prompts
Multifaceted words glow
In Erato’s home

Posted for Haiku Heights
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26 comments:

  1. Isn't it great, prompts aplenty. It's a good life if one knows where to look for them. Nicely Sumana!

    Hank

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  2. This is nice, Sumana!

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  3. Very true and very nicely adapted to what it speaks of.

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  4. Multifaceted words glow, magnificent, well written.

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  5. This gave me a big smile. Wish I had thought of honoring our prompts in this way!

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  6. that was well thought out... great poem...

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  7. There are many prompts which are received as gifts, especially on days when writers feel blocked. Many of my poems would never have been written if I had not been challenged to try something new.

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  8. Such a beautiful way to honor those who prompt us to write

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  9. The Muse of Lyric Poetry can be a wonderful friend and guide for the poet. Lovely.

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  10. So true. I know I'd seldom write if it weren't for wonderful prompts from my wonderful friends.
    All the best to you, now and in the coming year.
    K

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  11. "multifaceted words glow" that explains it Sumana, nice write :)

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  12. well expressed :) ~

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  13. Very well said Sumana, the prompts are indeed the best gifts we could ask for all year long.

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  14. I love the prompts as well.

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  15. Prompts make the lazy me write :-P

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  16. never thought of prompts as gifts. this is clever, especially in its quickness. wishing you a blessed 2014:)

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  17. Great thought! Prompt as a gift. Beautiful composition.

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  18. What would we do without the wonderful prompts!

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Thank you. I am inspired.