Onomatopoeia

Ting!!! the bulb lit in my head as soon as I read the topic. "Now that's something I can always write on", I said aloud, grinning ear to ear.

But I seriously misjudged by capability as I sat down to pen my thoughts. Scratch scratch scratch went my black colored pen as I crossed out word after word and still couldn't produce one sensible line that was related to the topic.

Losing all hope I opened the window, to let in a fresh breath of air. It was then my story started unfolding as I listened to the murmurs outside world - Buzzing bees, Squeaks of squirrels, slow timely thumps of see-saw and chuckles of little kids playing in the park. 

Phew!!! Finally my post on Onomatopoeia is complete. 

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Do you remember this poem from school days?? 


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This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda

7 comments:

  1. Ah, now I feel old, it's been a long time since I heard the pied piper. Great light-hearted post, lovely to read on a Sunday, thank you!

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  2. That is a smart post catching sound expressions at will by opening the door.It was thoroughly enjoyable.

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  3. Ahan i was ignorant about this word. A smart n chic post

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  4. Buzzing bees, Squeaks of squirrels, slow timely thumps of see-saw and chuckles of little kids..vallah.watta super feeling yar:)

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  5. Honestly I wasn't aware of the word. Amazing how you connect sounds with words.

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