Monday, April 22, 2013

Day 20 - T for Tulips




Tiny faces of color
Twinkling with triumph -
Tints of rainbows,
Tailored in sheer delight,
Taking the breath away!
Tranquil blooms, sprung in unison,
Talking to the senses.
Tapestries of flora,
Treading the mundane paths,
To fill them with splendor.

Picture  - Tulip Festival, Seattle, WA - Courtesy - Kaushik Chirtapu.


24 comments:

  1. Beautiful picture of the flowers and a nice poem to go by.

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  2. Tulips are one of my favorite flowers ! And you get them so less in India !

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  3. What a gorgeous pic. There is something about flowers. It uplifts your mood instantaneously. Loved the subtle poem that accompanied too, not taking away much from the focal point.

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  4. Beautiful poem with a beautiful photo. Great T post!
    Connie
    A to Z-ing to the end
    Peanut Butter and Whine

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  5. Tulips always brightn a day

    PhenoMenon

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  6. did u click this ??
    its one of my many dreams to stand in beetween tulips
    This is a gorgeous sight !!
    WOW

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  7. and if u dont mind pls adjust the width of ur blog so that all the widgets dont over lap !
    Good day

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  8. tranquil blooms, tapestries of flora--- wow such lovely penning laxmi :)

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  9. In every poem, I find so many lines that stand out. I always like to pick up the one that touches me the most. Today it would be "Treading the mundane paths to fill them with splendour."

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  10. This is such a fragrant little poem L and like Cynthia says that one line is what defines the poem and the poet :)

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  11. Love the pic!! Tulips always make for such fab pics

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  12. What a great poem and such a wonderful click to go along with it :)

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  13. Lovely tulips and beautiful words to express their beauty. Cool :)

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  14. How much I love these beauties. :)

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  15. Nice pic and poem.

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  16. Beautiful Tulips and lovely poem! :)

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  17. I have never seen a real Tulip. Terrific poem.

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  18. Lovely poem and a beautiful picture !

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  19. As beautiful as the tulips!

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  20. Lovely! Looks like a painting!

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  21. A lovely combination of poem and picture.

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  22. Love love your poems. And tulips. In that order.

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  23. These lovely flowers deserve your fantastic words! :)

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