:) there are hawks in chennai? And they actually come down?
That is an awesome shot Jeevan. Good work.
M.N. Nambiyar is a true gentleman. I too share your views.anbilum anbana karthik+ amma
Nice picture and a very interesting post. tc
Good one Jeevan.I just got a feel after reading the term and translating it as it gives 'paravai paarthal' Vs 'nilaa paarthal'!! engeayo paditha nyabagam!
//More than two different noiseswithout annoying anybody;//awesome! :)
You have an award in my blog.
You've done a great job, Jeevan; great poem and great picture! And thanks for link. It is the best post about true friendship, and first of all he wrote true words about you!
He looks as though he is waiting for you to take his photograph :DI really enjoyed your poem. "the constructions to enclose quickerthan before, the little birds aretrying to flap wings in shrinking space"Brought a tear to my eye. Thank you for speaking up for them.
Lovely verse dear with a beautiful pic to go :)
Vishesh –I think they are, and may be it could be the reason because we at southern of Chennai. I have seen two times the hawks within our flat premises.Priya – Thank you and for the award :)Ponniyinselvan – I truly agree. Ramyah – Thank youRaghav – Thanks much!Krystyna – It’s great to get great comment from you dear. He is a wonderful friend, and I must wish to known to practice this friendship with him :) Miladysa – Thank you for coming here again, and hope we get to share here often. Am glad I could think about them :)Sameera – Thanks so much dear :)
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