Smile haiku

my smile
in it’s own smile

15 Responses to “Smile haiku”

  1. Gauri says:

    Beautiful….kind of enigmatic.

  2. Neeta says:

    sugar makes tea
    like love life
    haha..haiku. Heard it for the first time. It’s fun.

  3. Piyali says:

    Hello Sir,
    If you find sometime can you please go thro’
    This is my friend’s blog..He is a struggling
    artist..Wants to do something in the creative field and is currently caught in the s/w industry.
    If u really like his work, can you give some
    suggestions as to how he shld be continuing
    his struggle to succeed..
    Thanks ,

  4. piyali says:

    how do the namesakes distinguish themselves from each other? I ‘m also piyali. but not the one who has sent the above comment . i really dont appreciate selling myself on a blog of this kind , nor would i ask anyone suggestions on how to struggle for success? i find it all really ridiculous. so, please dont mistake me for the above Piyali. i guess i should start writing a different spelling and thats PEEYAHLI.
    everybody has to find his/her own struggles and the ways to live them.

  5. Nikita says:

    Lets not get to calling names there Piyali! This space is a free space and everyone has the liberty to write as per one’s wish. Lets not be judgemental about the same just because you and I don’t agree with it. If someone should have any kind of problem with other people thn its Shekhar and not you and me. His status comes with its part and parcel but behaving with dignity is something that is least expected from us!
    Firstly, what does haiku mean? Sounds very interesting…You know the first thing that came to my head when I read this? The first thought was that I guess, he is checking himself in the mirror quite a lot of time these days! lol…sorry bt couldn’t help being blatantly honest there!
    Now when I seriously read it, it seems as if a child is very happy but is trying to cover his happiness. In his attempt of doing so, he has this smile on his face that is mystical, charming and innocuous but contradictingly mishievious. He has his smile hidden within layers of smiles…
    Is the child indeed very happy? 🙂

  6. Divyabh says:

    Hello Sir,
    first time i hv seen ur blog & its really very nice…its been heartening to see u blogging it certainly helps people like us in motivating & inspiring.
    Now about ur work…its a very thoughtful writeup
    just a mingling of words but see how well it is mingled!!

  7. Ram Medury says:

    my thought
    in it’s own thoughts
    my ego
    in it’s own pride
    my gaze
    in it’s own introspection

  8. Riya says:

    A smile caught in a smile – reminds me of a laugh.

  9. arati says:

    my eyes
    my smile …
    P.S- not a haiku…

  10. neeta gokhale says:

    View ,
    I always from
    my point of view

  11. Adi says:

    Dear Mr.Kapur,
    I hate to get technical when it comes to poetry, nonethless being a creative writer myself I would really like to understand the meaning of your haiku verse. Are you describing the unification of abstract and physical expression using ‘smile’ as your instrument, I’m not sure (?) I’m upto my hair in Haiku (for a workshop at school) and came across yours.
    Would love to hear about where this verse came from….

  12. Gaurav says:

    Hello Mr. Kapur,
    What an inspiring blog–it really makes me ponder wonderful new ideas each day and push my own creative spirit. If you get a chance please do read “Lost haiku” on my photoblog.

  13. Sharav says:

    seems like………….I am a Perception a real romantic illusion………Love the way u write……..specially liked the one titled Passion.

  14. Ajai Gambhir says:

    So your Smile is like a net which catches smile only.. Wow beautiful…. I think every smile in this universe catches the smile only.
    Imagine a world which is caught in such a net !!!!!!!

  15. sreeparna says:

    Tagore and Haiku
    Partha Desikan
    Susumu Takiguchi is Chairman, The World Haiku Club. Presented below is an interesting excerpt from his Keynote Address delivered at World Haiku Festival 2008 on 23 February 2008, in Bangalore, India. Proceedings of the festival, including major excerpts from Mr. Takiguchi & Read more discussion on Haiku and Tagore…

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