Saturday, June 09, 2012

WHAT BRINGS CHANGE?

                       The mundane questions,
                       Tickle the curious mind.
                            Nosy kid within...

                       Naively switch world,
                     into congruent state, no
                         ordinary change!!!  


Sometimes the questions which evolve in our brains change the entire definitions of our lives sometimes they cling for a long time and when the answers are revealed we see ourselves standing in a whole new position... Life makes us ask inquisitive questions on almost everything now and then, sometimes I feel my purpose is to fine the answers of questions on my existence over the years my curious mind has asked me... :) 
Still ask questions, they never stop... always has a change with them :)  ORDINARY OR EXTRAORDINARY!!!!

The post was written for haiku heights the prompt for this week is "ORDINARY"

 
 


38 comments:

  1. I like the thought, I honestly do, and I do relate. My neighbor has the most adorable 2 year old, and she asks the most simplest of questions and her mind changes with the wind. She's as curious as a kitten and makes me smile with her innocence. I don't find her curiousity ordinary at all!

    I however wonder if the last haiku could've been reworded someway.. the heaviness of the word congruent seems to take away from the light-hearted nature of your thought.

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    1. I used "congruent" to describe how innocence settles with the answers :)

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  2. kids are so real, so honest, so curious...we could all benefit by their example....my mind flutterers from topic to topic, too, and I frequently feel like a child....in a good way....
    nice photo and haiku....thanx

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    1. I feel myself curious too... :)
      Thank you joanne :)

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  3. Curiosity brings the change ~ I like your thoughts too ~

    The most effective haiku is one that is simple yet captures the moment. If I may suggest:

    The mundane questions,
    tickle the curious mind, like
    kitten scratching ball

    cocooned butterfly
    emerges in garden, no
    ordinary change!!!

    Happy day to you ~

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    1. thanks you grace yeah you actually showed me what might have made it much better :) will keep in mind next time :)

      Thanks again :)

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  4. Well done Maharukh...the interventions here show that you have generated so much interest.. and noooooooooo the prompt for me too was a surprise from Leo...look at what he says at HH..

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    1. Thank you RS sir!
      i thought it was given by you nevertheless your was marvelous :):)

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  5. That nosy kid can have a lot of common sense too - ordinary and often undervalued:)

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    1. definitely has and hence is curious :)

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  6. Wow.. this is a very thought provoking haiku... It's true.. sometimes when we ponder over lil questions, the answers indeed befuddle us smtyms! Very well said... Brilliant!
    :)

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    1. sometimes change is just a moment far... as soon as we get the answers... we see a whole new picture :)

      thank you Pranita :)

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  7. Very beautiful and cheerful haiku....Made me smile :)

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    1. Glad made you smile valli :)

      thanks :)

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  8. ...mundane questions tickle the curious mind ~ wonderful ~ ordinary all part of metamorphisis ~ fun photo and excellent haiku ~ thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)

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  9. Very well written. Really liked it. :)

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    1. acha ;) thanks for visiting :*:)

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  10. Children can look so ordinary through their innocence. They'll show how extraordinary each of them are the moment they start to interact. Great write Maharukh!

    Hank

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    1. yes I second that Hank they have a super exciting world built withing themselves...

      thanks hank!

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  11. The mundane questions,
    Tickle the curious mind.


    I like this, and it conjures many images. I think the second part is too heavy to the first part of lightheartedness ... I understand what you are saying, but it throws the rhythm of the Haiku off.

    Thank you for your visit. :) Have an awesome week!

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    1. yes Becca I now realize its a lil too contrasting :) I will keep in mind next time :) insha allah :)

      same to you becca :)
      Thanks for the compliment and suggestions :)

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  12. Clever done! I think children's questions are extraordinary exciting :)

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    1. They are extraordinary themselves :)

      thanks blogfia :)

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  13. This is extraordinary stuff!.I hope you keep getting "inquisitive questions on almost everything" so that we get to read extraordinary things!. Love you sis:)

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    1. awwweee such a sweet comment bro! you made my day hope I make you delighted in the coming times as well.. :):) ^_^

      Thank you so much Jaideep :)

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  14. If you stop asking the questions,you've got a problem:)

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  15. Very good thoughts. Yes, asking questions does bring about change ... :)

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  16. I like your post Maharukh and I am your new follower.
    Best regards, Iris

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    1. Thank you so much Iris :) I'm overwhelmed by your gesture :)

      Thanks again! :)

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  17. Excellent write, loved the first part best. Those little subtle occurrences are like magic for the young.

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    1. surely buddha :)
      thanks for sharing :)

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