Please take some time to read Chitra Di's very beautiful hub in response to Brenda's word prompt 'Sand.'
Here's the link: https://hubpages.com/literature/Sand-an … nship-Poem
Thank you so much!
Thank you Misbah, for sharing my response in the forum discussion.
I am glad that you liked it.
Have a good day. I hope your father is recovering well. My best wishes to you and your family.
I like the concept of
Just like if you tighten your fist, the sand held in your hand will start to slip away. But, if you just hold the sand in your hand, easily, it will stay there.
Making a series of podcasts called :Artist on the beach:. The act of squeezing sand through my fingers, is a very interesting concept on my introduction.
it can related to Star wars.
The more you squeeze us, the more we slip through your fingers.
It sounds very hopeful in hard times.
Artist on the Beach, is a walk and talk with famous artist on their favorite beach. Since Canadian coastline, if one streach it out the whole Canadian coastline, it would wrap around the globe 5 times. Can easily demonstrate this from my hand on Camera.
Thank you Castlepaloma, for reading and sharing your thoughts about this.
Artist on the beach, sounds interesting. Thanks for the brief introduction.
Appreciate your presence in this forum discussion. Thank you.
Wonderful words for this prompt “sand.” Well done Chitrangada.
Thank you for sharing this Misbah.
Thank you John, for reading and commenting.
I am glad that you liked my response.
Happy weekend to you.
Thank you so much.
In your article you remind us how fragile our relationships can be.
We must hold them loosely like a grain of sand.
Your poem, "Sand and Relationship" shows us how to get past those hurts in life.
To write our grudges & pain down in the sand & let the tide wash it away.
This is a great idea.
I've always seen movies where they write their names in the sand when they are in love, but I love this idea to let problems drift away.
Sand castles.... Literally, you just got to try to make one with a moat, but as far as life...
Don't build your hopes and dreams on sand.
I'll post a link in the word prompt article.
As always, I loved your analysis of my response. I am really pleased to know that you understood the message of the poem.
Thank you so much for reading and appreciating. And once again, thank you for your continued motivation through your Word Prompts.
Have a great weekend.
I love your take on the prompt 'snd'. Your poem is wonderful, Chitrangada. Wishing away your grudges or hard dealings of any kind tis a very healthy thing to do.
Thank you for posting Chitrangada's poem Misbah.
Many thanks for liking the thoughts behind my response to the word prompt, Sand. I do believe in this, as one cannot move ahead in life, by holding on to the grudges.
Thank you so much and a happy weekend to you.
Wonderful insights! I love your approach to this simple prompt. Write your grudges in the sand so they will be wiped away....brilliant, and it speaks loudly of your character and your humanness.
I liked your analogy between sand and relationship, Chitrangada. Beautiful thoughts expressed spendidly. Thank you for such a pleasant read.
Thank you Misbah for sharing her post.
Thank you so much for reading and appreciating my response. I am glad that you liked the thoughts behind the poem.
Always a pleasure to read your feedback.
Thank you and Happy weekend to you.
I feel humbled to read your kind words.
Pleased to know that you liked the thoughts behind the poem, something in which I do believe and follow.
Have a great weekend.
Always a pleasure to read your comments. Thank you so much.
Hi, Chitra di. Lovely poem on sand and relationship. Well composed, i enjoyed reading.
Thanks Misbah for Sharing Chitra di's work.
Thank you Rozlin, for reading and appreciating my response to the word prompt, sand. I am glad that you liked the thoughts expressed in the poem.
Thank you and Happy weekend to you.
Oh how I love your approach to relationships, Chitrangada. The waves of the ocean will eventually wipe away sandcastles or anything written in sand. It is so much better to let the waves wash away hurts or slights, and hold those we love close to our hearts. Your attitude is so beautiful. Thanks, Misbah for sharing her words of wisdom and kindness.
Thank you Peggy, for your kind words of appreciation. I am pleased to know that you were able to understand the message of this article.
Always a pleasure to read your feedback. Thank you so much.
What a lovely idea to write some of our problems on the sand and see them wash or blow away! Chitrangada has shared a great message in her poem.
I totally agree. It's a splendid idea.
Thank you once again Brenda.
Good day and happy week to you.
Thank you Linda, for appreciating the message of my response. I am happy that I was able to convey the message to the readers.
Appreciate your kind words and support. Thank you so much.
Writing hurts on the sand is premium advice. The poem is short and powerful. Thanks, Misbah. Thanks, Chitrangada.
Thank you MsDora, for appreciating my response. I am glad that you liked the message. Thank you and good day to you.
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