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काश के खून भी पानी जैसा होता 
न जमता , न जलता , न काला पड़ जाता 

काश के खून भी पानी जैसा होता 
उन्माद सा बहता , उमड़ता 
बिना भेद भाव के , बिना रंग राग के 
बस अपने आगोश में ले लेता 
फिर एक रंग हो कर लहरों सा झूमता 

काश के खून भी पानी जैसा होता

- मीनाक्षी


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  2. नमस्कार आपकी यह रचना कल मंगलवार (17-09-2013) को ब्लॉग प्रसारण पर लिंक की गई है कृपया पधारें.

    1. hausla afzai key liye shukriya.


  3. सुंदर रचना के लिए आपको बधाई

    संजय भास्‍कर
    शब्दों की मुस्कुराहट

  4. बहुत खूब ... ये खून पानी हो जाए सबका तो एक सा हो जायेगा ...
    सब एक होंगे ... एक ही बेरंग रंग में रंगे ...

  5. काश खून भी पानी जैसे होता क्या कल्पना की है मीनाक्षी जी ,बहुत ही सुन्दर प्रस्तुती।

  6. Aap sabka bahut bahut shukriya

  7. काश! ऐसा होता. खैर बहुत उम्दा कविता कही है आपने.


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