Sunday, June 8, 2014

The Magnificent

Image Credit : http://vidyasury.com

It is lying over there for ages, majestically.

People have come and gone trying to unearth the mystery surrounding it.

Miscreants tried to reap benefits cutting it into pieces.

Everyone has failed to move it even an inch.

Nature has sculpted this masterpiece, beautifully on stone, by its own hands– no one knows when.

With the bluish envelope descending on the place in the afternoon glow, the surroundings adorn a cosmic beauty. One can find peace of mind almost instantaneously.

The celestial quietude, in the serene company of green plants and yellow petals in the cool breeze, has drawn millions towards it from time immemorial. 
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Written for 100 Words on Saturday 2014 #17  on the picture prompt above.
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32 comments:

  1. that was visual!! could imagine the place! beautiful!

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  2. Wish everyone was able to understand the joy of the shade :) Nice thought floating here..

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  3. oh! That was nicely done!! And shade is so so important on a hot sunny day!

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  4. :-) That's a totally new angle to the prompt, Jayanta!

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    1. Yes, Vidya, this was intentionally done to stay away from tree felling aspect :-). The first thing that came to my mind was serenity in this picture and that gave birth to this stone sculpture.Thanks for the nice prompt.

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  5. I loved the way you described the scene. Beautiful.

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    1. Thanks, Rajlakshmi. Good that you liked the scene.

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  6. Indeed peace descends on this masterpiece (of the pic) of writing.

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    1. Thanks, Kalpana, for your kind words.

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  7. now that is a good take on the theme and to write on just looking at a pic well hats off to you sir

    Bikram

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    1. Thanks, Bikram, for stopping by. Much appreciated.

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  8. Your words painted the picture beautifully! ♥

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  9. It almost reads like a painting! Liked the flow of the words and the serene vibes that this writing generates. Thank you Jayanta!

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    1. Thanks, Beloo. Appreciate your kind words.

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  10. I wish I could go there .....amazing imagination :) Liked it a lot :)

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  11. Wow that had so much substance...beautiful!

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  12. A great take on the prompt. Unique idea.

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  13. Wonderfully woven! Loved it!!

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  14. Nicely described, Jayanta :) Nature has such wonderful gifts!

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  15. A visual delight, Jayanta. How we nicely forget that a tree has life and emotions as we ignore its soul. Superb.

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  16. You've woven poetry in prose, Sir. That's a very new , novel way of looking at the tree.
    The emotions behind it....sigh !

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    1. Thanks, Sreeja. You bring lot of depth even in your comments. Much appreciated.

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