Four Corners of the World

A blonde beauty,
A black princess.
A baby, a toddler.
A tall dark handsome lad,
An average looking man.
A wife-husband duo,
A single crisp lady,
Another old woman.
People.. People
Few waiting, few shopping,
Few arguing, few working,
Few spending, few earning.
People.. People
Different, unique,
All colours, all shades
All faces, all shapes.
He is sure an artist!!
Who carved humans with,
So many unique moulds.
I saw them all
Within the four walls.

This post is written for BAR-A-THON Edition 3 from July 2nd, 2018 to July 15th, 2018 with Blog-A-Rhythm

Linking to Day 4 prompt – Four Corners of the World

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20 thoughts on “Four Corners of the World

  1. syncwithdeep


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  2. Anagha Yatin

    Felt as if I am at the immigration counter or may be at the duty free lounge of the airport. HE is a real master creator no one can match!
    Profound observation and a simple narration. You carried the weight of the topic so effortlessly Nami. Loved it!

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    • Yes, you got that right. I was clueless about the prompt whole day yesterday, and then in evening, when we went to a mall for shopping, waiting at the billing counter, this came up. HE is everywhere. Thanks for such genuine words. πŸ™‚

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  3. That’s a very creative way to use the prompt πŸ™‚

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  4. Few words to capture the vastness of humankind

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  5. So true!
    Hats off to the creator.

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  6. Lovely! Such brilliance and vastness only He can conjure up. Then again your above creation is not any less, Anami! πŸ™‚

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  7. Ashvini Naik

    Oh, this is so beautifully & effortlessly written to praise His creativity, Anami.

    I loved how natural this post has turned out to be because, this is what we relate to on a daily basis.

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    • Yes, this is how we (atleast me) always think seeing how diverse humankind is. Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts.


  8. You made me remember the times I’ve been to D-mart or any other shopping mall. Beautifully penned, Anami!

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  9. Oh yeah, He is the Master Artist for he has created each one so unique and different from the other! Loved the imagery your words created and a fab take on the prompt too!

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