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Thursday, July 17, 2014

An ode to friends

There are so many instances of amazing friends in the world of english literary fiction, i can spend a lifetime writing about them. But as too much of a good thing is not good too, I rest my series here (atleast for now).

But before I move on to analyse these friends in a different light, here is my tribute to all my friends, old and new, of my childhood, adolescence and youth, from rediffblogs, facebook and Ultimate Blog Challenge...my co-authors, my sister and my nephew :) i take the liberty to include my parents too.

A haiku, which refers to all of you:

what birds mean to sky,
and the seasons to the sun,
you mean to my life

6 comments:

  1. How can someone respond to something as beautiful and simple as:

    what birds mean to sky,
    and the seasons to the sun,
    you mean to my life

    except for, thank you, dear Asiya :) happy to call you my friend?

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  2. Beautiful Haiku, my sweet friend! Your friendship has become very important to me and I look forward each day to your insightful thoughts.

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    1. Thanks cindy :) i also do the same, abt u! Wish we were nearer home, so we cud meet each other

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  3. Such beautiful words... Asiya.
    Friends are like stars; u don't always see them,
    but you know they are there always....
    Cheers to our friendship....

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  4. Thanks, huma :) very true. Cheers!

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  5. I am honoured to be considered your new-found blogging friend Asiya. Such a pleasure and delight to "meet you" as I love the way you write and especially your poetry. So heartfelt. And I love the fact that you can write haiku so naturally it seems! WOW! :) <3

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