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Eugi’s weekly prompt: Everlasting
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Thank you Ramya 😊
Radhika, beautiful haiku! Wonderful photo. We have many very old banyan trees in Florida. The inventor, Thomas Edison, planted some at his summer home, laboratory, and gardens, where they can still be seen. I think they may have been imported from India. 🙂
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Thanks for sharing this bit of information Cheryl.
Yes, we have many Banayan trees in India which are centuries old. They look so majestic. Have a lovely day 💖
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Yes, they are indeed naturally forever. Wonderful haiku for a given prompt!
Thanks a lot Megala!!
You’ve wonderfully intertwined the haiku with emotional aspect of life. The photo is lovely too! ❤
Thank you so much Anisha ❤️
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❤️Beautiful haiku, Radhika! Thank you for joining in.
Thanks Eugi. My pleasure ❤️
Just wow! I love your thoughts!
Thanks s bunch HS ❣️
Such beautiful strength portrayed in your words and picture!
Thank you Pragalbha!
Wonderful Haiku Radhika!! I have many of memories sittkng under the banyon trees in Hawaii. that are ancient and rooted in such ancient wisdom. Do you know where this one comes from?
That’s nice Cindy. Here in India it is considered very sacred. This one was clicked by me on the outskirts of Chennai, a southern state in India.
Yes, there is so much energy from the Banyon tree and I love how strong their root that hang are! Is there any particular meaning about them and what they represent? Wow, you too a phenomenal picture! So well captured! ❤️
Ahh yes, the sacred banyan trees! We saw one during a field trip in school. One tree symbolized so much for that entire village community. I love the haiku! Beautiful writing as always. ❤️❤️❤️
Love to hear your feedback my young poetess. Thanks dear ❤️
I love your haiku and that photo is really.epic..
Thanks dear 😊
wonderful like you,
The nature is cool!!
Thanks dear Prakriti ❤️
Well written Radhika, deep rooted and everlasting bond indeed! We have Dodda Alada Mara in outskirts of Bangalore, is it that one in the photo, or some other Banyan tree?
Thanks Deb. This one was clicked at the Cholamandalam artist village on the outskirts of Chennai.
Short and powerful. Lovely take on the prompt.
Beautiful and the picture conveys much more a deeper message.❤️
Many thanks Hema ♥️
Huge and old roots of this tree, Radhika and such a beautiful Haiku. Lovely.
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Such a beautiful Haiku.. Radhika ♥️
Wonderful Haiku. Image is lovely.
Between roots and sand, humans and nature, it is everlasting 💕
Words of wisdom beautifully expressed, Radhika 👍
Thank you Deepika 🙂
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Lovely take, Ma’am. Regal picture. 🙂
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