wow...the second one dispels fear for ever.. great.... :)
Thank you Sumana.
My take is that in every myth is a kernel (maybe a very tiny kernel) of truth...Old Women Chatter
Thank you MMT.
We have the tendency to believe in Myth. Your Haiku explain why we shouldn't. Nice;y written. :)
Oops..sorry. My typo there. It should be "Nicely".
Thank you Balqis, Our mindset is such that we believe in myths knowing fully that they are not correct.
These are nicely done, Usha.
Thank you Celestine(I hope this is your name).I am glad you liked it.
Radha and Krishna are mythical realities :)Ghosts are real myths :)Nice ones there, Usha Ma'm :)
Thanks Sreeja. How nicely you have differentiated the myths!
Never believed in myths.Nice message given here.
I like the first one. I have no idea what it means but I feel a bit of magic in there somewhere:)
Thank you Rallentanda. It is believed that God Krishna visits Vrindavan(he spent his childhood in this town) on full moon nights and dances with his consort, Radha.
Very beautifully done, Usha...:)
Thank you Panchali.
Beautiful take on the prompt word!! But must comment on the previous one....the Home Sweet Home is lovely and so cozy Usha!!
Thank you Nanka for such sweet comments on both posts.
Dear Mrs Usha Menon, I love ur prompt and the simple words are deep and profound if we reflect properly. I so appreciate ur kind words on my blog:)RegardsVishalwww.vishalbheeroo.wordpress.com