LOOK OUT!



Oh’
Look,
Down there..
She looked out,
From the plane window..
Most breathtaking sight, seen ever…
Clouds, Plains, hills, mountains, and humans,
All looked so tiny..
Slowly plane,
Descends..
View,
Grows!

( fibonacci poem based on syllables: 1,1,2,3,5,8 and reverse )


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50 comments:

  1. i love to see the world from above...there's a beautiful song by reinhard mey... über den wolken - above the clouds, freedom must be endless... and i also love the descending into reality again... being part of her again... nice use of the form...smiles

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  2. def one of the cool things about riding a plane....seeing the world from def a new perspective....pools and such look pretty cool too....

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    1. yep...only it might be a mighty lake looking like a cool swimming pool out there =)) thanks Brian!

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  3. Getting the birds-eye view is one of the best things about flying. You've done a nice job of using the form to capture that.

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    1. thanks so much @rumoursofrhyme

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  4. Love the fact that this is a dog's vantage point -- fresh!

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    1. it was her first flight, and she was mesmerized :-)) thanks @maryazilberberg

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  5. I love the perspective of riding the plane - everything so small then suddenly growing ~ Good to see you ~

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    1. thanks Grace and good to see you too.

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  6. The view through an airplane window is always amazing even if it is just the clouds. You can see so much into them.
    Well-penned. :-)

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    1. thanks a lot @howanxious

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  7. It is so nice to be able to watch the view as a plane lands, isn't it? This poem expresses it perfectly.....how the view is at first small and the becomes large. Very nice writing indeed.

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    1. thanks a lot Mary! i love to watch plane landings.

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  8. I’ve tried to comment on your blog several times, and right when I’m in the middle of it, something happens and it’s wiped away. For this one, I had to write in word, copy and paste. Then it won’t let me comment and I have to come back. I just thought you’d want to know, because I would. Anyway, I always enjoy visiting.

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    1. hmmm..i dunno what error you are facing, anyways glad you could post this time :-)

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  9. The shape of a wing, and the view from the window. Great write and take on the prompt.

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  10. Wonderful the plane landing. and what nice pictures. What a wonderful sharing.

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  11. Nandini, this was delightful. loved your in flight and landing poem.

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    1. thanks so much @Susan,...am glad you liked it.

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  12. and I can't help but ownder what she thought of what she saw

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    1. she was too awed to think, i guess ;-)

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  13. It's interesting to think what sense a dog can make of it (especially with windows blocking outside scents) - fun piece.

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    1. I had fun writing it too...had to juggle words to bring it in shape :-) Thanks Rowan.

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  14. A bird's view is very beautiful. When the plane was about to touch Port Blair, I saw the most beautiful scene of the sea and small islands.

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    1. yes..its quite enthralling!

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  15. When I imagine the scenic beauty described in this poem, it is breathtaking !!!!

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    1. thanks for reading @Pritam :-)

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  16. Fibonacci sequence! Very unique!
    Fresh thinking I must say!

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    1. thanks Brendan..yep a new experiment for me as well :-)

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  17. Oh! we have a Fibonacci-style poem. This is really good. I would like try this soon :D

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    1. thanks Ashish...and sure do try..its quite fun ;-)

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  18. What a great use of the Fibonacci sequence - I love the way you did this!

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  19. Wow this is so different than the usual stuff and beautifully composed

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    1. hi Ankita...many thanks for reading and liking it :-)

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  20. The world is so tiny when viewed from the heavens. Loved your take.
    Anna :o]

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    1. thank you... :-) yeh...world is still visible, we are the ones who look tiny :p

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  21. The world is a beautiful sight from up above the clouds, especially without the clouds and at night. the night flights are my favorite, every single time it never fails to amaze me.

    Pages off Life

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    1. not sure what view you'd get on a late night flight, would love to try it though...all my flights have been day ones so far.

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  22. This is so cute =) I find it rather exciting the view from the airplane window and a little scary

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    1. thanks!!! oh yes...scary too...especially when the pilot announces that the plane is going thru' 'turbulence'

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  23. Wow, a view from the top is really breathtaking and I so much envy all those who get an opportunity to sky dive and more :)

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