June 24, 2008

Tranquil Tuesday



In lush forests of
Bandhavgarh National Park, live
Playful chinkaras

Grazing on gold grass
Oblivious of future, dwell
These spry spotted deer


14 comments:

Priyank said...

I've got used to seeing these tranquil tuesday posts. Although understand haiku and the style of poetry is still a puzzle.

Cuckoo said...

I have to hone up my skills on this.

Hey Celine, you can still participate in that "Passing the sentence game". It is only when no one can chip in for last sentence, I will try to finish it off.
So pls,, I am waiting now for you to wrap it up. Come over there. :)

*~*{Sameera}*~* said...

Back to back Haiku,nice! :)

Sujata said...

So very relaxing picture to look at! They are such beautiful and elegant creatures. I also like your poem, though it seems there should be more of it! I don’t know, what do you think?

indicaspecies said...

Priyank,

I hope you do not mean you are getting tired of it.:P

Haiku, to put it simply, is 5-7-5 syllables, if possible, with a nature or season word. Won't you try it out Puku?:)

indicaspecies said...

Cuckoo,

I'm sure you can manage well when you give it a try. I did participate in the game, and thoroughly enjoyed it, thanks. Haha!

indicaspecies said...

Sameera,

Thank you.:)

indicaspecies said...

Sujata,

Thank you.
It's Haiku. It can appear incomplete.
I still remember your beautiful pictures of the cherry blossoms.:)

Lakshmi said...

It is so still and silent out there ..my tuesday unfortunately wasnt all that tranquil..thursday is, thankfully :)

indicaspecies said...

Lakshmi,

That was shot early in the morning.

I'm glad you are having a better day. Take care.:)

flyingstars said...

WoW...the shot is simply beautifully captured along with the lines...Lovely!

indicaspecies said...

Kalyan,

Thank you.:)

Zhu said...

Perfect for the "tranquil" series!

I too spotted a deer yesterday on the road to the USA, in a remote community. I took a picture, will probably show it next week.

Magical moment, isn't it?

indicaspecies said...

Zhu,

Yes, it's magical to watch them in their natural habitat. I'll be looking forward to your picture.:)