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Sunday, 7 July 2013

Haiku Heights # 262 Sand

                                                               
After my retirement, I had written a book Reverse Gear,; going back into my past in Reverse Gear. This is a  photograph of the cover page of the book.





                                                                 


         
                                                                     

                                      On sands of time
                                I drove Reverse Gear
                                 leaving imprints forever.







 





prompted by   Leo's Haiku Heights # 262 Sand.






























34 comments:

  1. I cant write Haikus hence they seem more amusing to me
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    GOod one

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    1. It is very easy and interesting to write a Haiku, It has no ryhme, we can write any thing. Thank you for liking this one.

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  2. imprints on sand, interesting!

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  3. Wow! you are an author. And it is such good haiku written about your book, very nice.
    We all have so many memories we all like to go back in reverse and live the moments in that phase.
    I often do that through my pictures.

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    1. Thanks a lot Rama.Thanks for your words of appreciation. I am a one book author.

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  4. You do make a mark Usha and I'm sure you have very many interesting things to narrate in there in 'Reverse Gear'!! Imprints on the sands of time is a wonderful thought!!

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    1. Hi Nanka thanks for such sweet comments. You have made my day!

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  5. Great haiku and congrats on your book!

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    1. Thanks a lot MLM.Happy that you liked it.

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  6. Loved the reverse gear and this is perfect planing for post-retirement.Congrats!

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    1. Thanks a lot Kalpana. I am happy you liked it.

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  7. I think we’re born with this urge to find our place in the world and I think God instills that desire in us.The sands of time is another way of making history. As Nanka said, you definitely did make a mark. Wonderful..!!

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    1. Thank you Panchali. As we walk on the sands of time the imprints get dim and others take the same route.

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  8. Well-written, madam.. It is a pleasure to rewind the past.I too have travelled in reverse gear of my memories imprinted during my childhood.I have posted them in my blog.But I am not an author.

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    1. Thanks Sarala. Glad you liked it.

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  9. Congratulations on your book.'Reverse 'is a good title!

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  10. What a beautiful haiku. Congratulations

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  11. Wow! That's a good one! ... Leaving imprints forever... super like! :)

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    1. Thankyou Shilpa. I am happy that you have liked it.

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  12. Wonderfully expressed Ma'am:) In the end, only memories remain, very well said

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    1. Thank you Reshma for the sweet comments.

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  13. Memories are the only treasure we are left with in the end.thats why they are called golden memories.
    Thanks for sharing Mam.
    Regards

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    1. Thanks a lot Tejinder. Some memories always remain fresh .We love to share them with others.
      BTW I had a very close friend whose name was Tejinder. I always think of her when I see your posts and comments.

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  14. May the imprints shine bright always :-)

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    1. Welcome Amrit to my site. Thanks for your wishes.

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  15. Lovely Haiku Granma!
    Would soon grab a copy of this :)
    loads of love XOXO

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    1. Nice to see you after a long time here. Where were you all these days? Thanks for the lovely comments.
      Luv
      grandma

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  16. Leaving footprints...so easy to understand at my age, Usha. Lovely!!

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    1. Thank you Panchali. I am happy you liked it.

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