Tilini

TiliniThe Himalaya, 2021 photo credit – sangeetha
incense brings morning
blossoms come out of their shells
stretching out last night



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My gratitude to Colleen, for featuring my photo on Colleen Cheesebro’s Tanka Tuesdays, to Liyona for featuring my poem on Go Dog Go Cafe’s Halloween challenge and Cee Neuner for featuring Mindfills on Ceenphotography featured blogger for October CMMC, and to Willow for linking Mindfills on her beutiful haiku. Thank you for being my inspiation🙏 It’s been a wonderful week. Will keep me writing.

25 thoughts on “Tilini

      1. Hey, Sangeetha. You’re welcome. Your response is timely. May I ask: I’m struggling, how do I copy the photo you posted? I never know how to do it the right way. Please instruct me if you have time. Thanks.

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      2. I just screenshot it on my phone/device, crop and post. Sometimes it doesn’t download because of compatibility.
        If all else fails I ask Google God…and invariably there’s a youtube video that answers my untechsavvy prayers

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      3. Thanks for coming to my assistance. Sometimes this step takes me much longer than it should. Most times it discourages me from posting because screenshots end up being too large.
        Anyway, I completed it. Thanks for your help. Now I’m going to bed. Have a gorgeous day today. Or good night to you as well. Happy spring.

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  1. Oh, my goodness! What a wonderful week for you! Bravo… keep writing… that is all there is. LOL! I have to ask about “Tilini.” Does that mean cherry blossom and is that what the tree is? In America, we’re going into Autumn so you must be going into your spring. This is a stunning photo! ❤

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    1. It has been a wonderful week 😁 I’d gone on a trek in the Himalayas and this flower (I too thought it looks like cherry blossoms) in local language is called Tilini. It maybe some kind of apricot. Thank you Colleen for your encouragement 🙂

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