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Friday, 1 May 2015

The Girl Who Loved Dandelions

Everyone loved roses, dahlias, and daffodils for they were epitome of beauty, colour and brightness among flowers. But she loved dandelions that were pale, hazy and ended up as colourless spores floating aimlessly in air.


                                                 She was like a dandelion. She had no shiny face or jet wavy hair or any adorable feature. No one ever loved her or dived deep into her heart to feel the immense love she had hidden inside.


                             As dandelions were shun away so was she. Thus, she poured every single drop of   her affection on dandelions nurturing them with care. This way both felt being loved. She danced with dandelions , flew with them to the end of the world, experienced the air rush in her hair, ah! such happiness she found in the company of dandelions AND one day she slept in dandelion-arms, becoming one of them.


27 comments:

  1. just to inform you that your blog is now in one of the blogroll lists of my blog

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  2. A lovely piece, of transformation!!

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  3. Vandana, I like this story....make me pondering....should we allow ourselves to absorb in what we love to become one of them.....very inspiring words :)x

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  4. i think we have all felt like this at one time or another. :)

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  5. This is delightful:)

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  6. Just discovered you via Mr. G ... you got some awesome poetry going here ... thanks for sharing ...so much appreciated ... Love, cat

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  7. AND one day she slept in dandelion-arms, becoming one of them....
    impactful.

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  8. nicely put ...amazing

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  9. So beautiful!
    I wish we could all find peace in being ourselves.

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  10. Made for a sad reading.Should people be taken in only by out ward appearances and ignore the beauty in the person?

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  11. A delightful little story and a lovely image.

    By all means use the picture you requested from my blog.

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  12. A great end for her. She deserved the love and peace. Following you Vandana. Hope to connect with you on my blog :)

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  13. So beautiful dear!!! I love dandelions too...

    XOXO!

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  15. Gawd! that was so simple yet so touching and poignant! loved it!

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  16. I liked it, but I'm afraid I don't like dandelions, too much. They always grow where you don't want them.

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  17. so short, unexpected, and utterly lovely

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  18. What a beautiful piece - dandelions are surprisingly resilient and strong..they are good flying companions

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  19. Superb imagery! I would love to drift away with a dandelion on a breeze...

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  20. I'll think of these words when I look at dandelions. Very poignant.

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  21. Great praise for one of the most beautiful, yet most reviled, flowers of all. It makes you wonder what deep, dark sentiments in the human psyche make a plant such as this become the object of everyone's efforts to destroy it.

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