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Beauty is in the eyes,
the way you see, is the way it is. They say
My heart sees more than my eyes,
let me be blind. I feel



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  1. Simple and Superb..

    Thanks for your wonderful comment on my blog, Few Miles. Do keep coming..

    --Someone Is Special--

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  2. subtle and simple

    All the best for SSC-2
    -Gkam

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  3. Short but beautiful ! :) Your little words spoke in volumes :)

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  4. crisp.. and asking an eternal question.
    nice.
    all the best for ssc and do drop by my blog as well.

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  5. Hey guys! Thanks for visiting my page and sharing your valuable comments :)

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  6. Too short for a blog post i guess. It's not even 140 (a tweet) :-(
    The idea was nice you could've built up on it.

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  7. Profound- the depth is comparable to a Zen poem, you've said so much in just 4 lines...any comment or interpretation I write will still be bigger!

    A beautiful thought, and an outstanding entry. I must admire your confidence- under 30 words written, and what style!!

    Great job :)

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  8. @vEnKy Hey! Thanks for your very constructive comment...I too thought once to continue the thoughts further, but something started overpowering me, and I felt it's better to publish this post with the very initial spontaneous thoughts only! :)

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  9. @Avi Hey, thank you very much! M highly obliged that you liked my lines so much...Thank you! :)

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  10. Wow, that was cute,
    And yet so powerful!

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