Friday, August 05, 2005

Random scribbling before leaving home for weekend!

A short love story

where the guy was short and thin
and the girl was tall and stout
This was not the perfect match
people talked about...........

For what lies in the heart
is not transparent to the eye...


Much as she hated those harsh words
She would rather hear them
than the silence


sharana said...

Really beautiful lines that brings out the inner meaning very eloquently.

Anonymous said...

hey monu ponnu...super
enga appdiye opposite nan stout and tall en allu medium and thin...but we get along very well...good post

Vivhyd said...

hey.. btw I have a name for these posts u rite.. short and sweet ones.. I am gonna call them Monuisms... wht say?

AF said...

Nice one...
Like the short love story

divyasurendiran said...

>>She would rather hear them
than the silence


Ganesh said...

Monu one of your best so far

vasanthi said...

just wondering how do you manage to write so many this a born did not reply to my comment on icici bank thing in my blog

Narayanan Venkitu said...

I am 5 8 my wife is 4 11 !! Someone told me long back.!! that it really doesn't matter..!! and I agree.!! Love is something else.!!!

World sucks...!! People are opinionated.!

tamilan said...

Kid's views

How Does a Person Decide Whom to marry?
"You flip a nickel, and heads means you stay with him and tails means you try the next one." -Kelly, nine years old

"My mother says to look for a man who is kind....That's what I'll do....I'll find somebody who's kinda tall and handsome." -Carolyn, eight years old

A little boy, at a wedding looks at his mom and says, "Mommy, why does the girl wear white?"

His mom replies, "The bride is in white because she's happy and this is the happiest day of her life."

The boy thinks about this, and then says, "Well then, why is the boy wearing black?"

IBH said...

very well written!kalakkals!

ioiio said...

Second one was cool..

Manoj said...

opposites attract;
Mingling of charged particles :
Lightning and thunder


P.S : yep , I love the structure of a haiku and one of the few times I have actually gotten close to the 5-7-5 rule.

Anonymous said...

I am Just the messenger:

"Her poems(?!) are short and enjoyable. Couldn't resist reading them.(The person who said this was quite busy in the office at that time and ditched all the work temporarily to read all your work).

- just the facts.

Vasundhara said...

Very nicely put, neat and lovely! :-)

ada-paavi!!!! said...

monday efundsla romba worka?

enakkum film new anandankum oru sambandamum illai, avar yaro nan yaro,

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monu said...


neenga peru happy for you

you can.that is seriously so flattering...


thanks madam

thanks so much!

i replied to it first thingh today morning..i was real sick..couldnt browse during the weekend....

and about how i manage to put in so many posts..that is how vetti i am

monu said...

@narayanan venkitu
i guess it all depends on how much we value their opinions as against our own!

interesting ones!


thanks ullu

appo neeyum oru blog aarambichu ezhudhalaam

so sweet of you!
thanks for that one

thanks a lot!

romba velai.....

thanks for visiting my blog