Friday, February 24, 2012

Poetic Reflections Special: Noble

Tell us about yourself.

A wanderer in ocean of life. Wanted to be computer engineer, did it but ended up becoming an HR

Tell me about your blog, the name, what does it mean to you?
my blog name is , meant sweet chilly . Its just reflection of our lives. Happiness smiles and sadness n tears which we come across our daily routine .

When did you start blogging?

During early 2000's . Had created one in geocities . With all sorts of animation .

Your first poem? Remember?

I used to write for my school and college magazine . Don't remember first one but here is one of them which I wrote during 7 std

went for a tour
From my school,
First saw bellur halebedu
then my sore Bangalore .
Friend asked me
How was the trip,
I said, trip was jolly
But pockets were diwali

*diwali - left with no money

What are your writing inspirations?
Most of my inspirations come across from season, winter being my favorite. And also life love and sometimes just smile,

How do you define poetry as “Good”? Do you revise your work?
Its just instinct. My main preference once writing a poetry is getting appropriate picture . Somehow I'm used to searching pics after writing poems.

When did you start writing poetry? Do you write fiction as well?
I do write fiction , but its been long now. Need to get that inspirations back .

Do you have a favorite author or poet?
Ruskin bond, for the simplicity and the connection the stories have :)

Favorite quote?

Life is all about sharing smiles and spreading happiness.

Why do you support Jingle Poetry Community, including Jingle Poetry @ The Gooseberry Garden?
The inspirations which we get from so many members of jingle poetry and so much of learning . As an individual I have learnt so many things and I always keep . And variety of each individual .

Thanks all for your support and valued feedbacks and appreciations . Its been pleasure to be part of jingle poetry community.

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Jingle Poetry At Olive Garden said...

love your first poem, well done.