Finest Post - July 2007 Nominations..

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  1. Abha

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  2. Kamla

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    Hello friends,

    Hopefully, all of you have mused and enthused over Malathijagan's poem- Had the Roses Chosen to Wither ! I would suggest you read her other contributions too and take the full pleasure of her words.

    Please do not stop at that...July has started in full swing! Hurry back here to nominate your favorite posts which have made an impression on you or provoked you into thinking. Remember, it can be an old post or a latest one. If it touched you for any reason, then please be generous and share it here with all of us and nominate it as the Finest Post for the month of July.

    Let us hope the nominations pour in and we all have the pleasure of reading some finest words by our own members.

    In anticipation....Kamla
     
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  3. Laxmi

    Laxmi Administrator Staff Member Platinum IL'ite

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    Hello friends

    I would like to nominate Sathya's post:

    House atop Trees

    Living in a concrete jungle and a metropolitan city like Chennai, I was transported to this wonderful dreamy tree house ( so much like Enid Blyton's Far Away Tree) through Sathya's post.
    Congrats, Sathya that was a Great posting.
     
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    Dear all
    I toojoin laxmi innominating satyas' House atop Trees'.In these days when trees are cut down, this is awonerful idea, but i nominate the post for the last sentence.
    Regards,
    Meenu
     
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    Dear Abha and Gayathri,

    Thank you for nominating Cheeniya's Children in Tears. It is a must read for everyone and will touch and move every heart.

    L, Kamla
     
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  7. Kamla

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    Dear Laxmi and Meenu,

    I read Sathya's House atop Trees and was transformed into an idyllic world. A lovely nomination, thanks.

    L, Kamla
     
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    I would nominate-
    1. Cheeniya's -Children in tears
    2. Sathya's - House atop trees
    3. Sridhar's 11th episode of "She" which has inspired a lot of discussions on morality in society, witty, hot , thought provoking and what not.
     
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    Poet par excellence aka Malathi(jagan),

    Three nominations- way to go! Thank you! I read two of them only after seeing them mentioned here. This month nominations are few but very fit. Please keep the nominations flooding in.
     
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    Hello,

    I would also like to nominate Sathya's post- House atop trees. I thought it was real and felt envious. But at the end to find it was a dream....... I thought at least I can visit. Anyway now it is more easy. Whenever I want I just have to go through the post again.

    Regards,

    Abha.
     
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