Monday, 20 June 2011

hallowed ground ?

the english (anglo-saxons)

after having concocted funny rituals

called tennis, cricket etc

like to refer to the places

where these are practised

( pitches, courts,

lords, wimbledon etc )

as hallowed ground

strange since

no holy being

has walked

on them


hallowed

without

holy

hmmm


a hollow

claim

for

hallow

unless they mean

hell-low

8 comments:

vintish said...

I bow....

Yashanvitha said...

very relevant to the time when i just discovered that detergents n fabric softners of the leading companies do contain tallowate taken from the fat of goat's head.definitely begin to converse with the greeting words like
'Hell...o':) who else can point out their deceiving ways except the truly divine like PT?

asha said...

'concocted'... your wording is always so cool and humourous ! what a great perspective !

sree said...

you are so witty
you show the truth as is

sreelatha said...

vah !

kitna badiya baat hai !

Aap ki wit amogh hai

Aap ki likne mein nipunta prashansaneeya hai

Aap joh bhi karte hai vah ati uttam hota hai

Aap ke pad jaha bhi pade vah hi sacha holy maidan hai

Aap Kalki hai

Aap ParamaTma hai

Aap ko mera Pranam

Amanda V said...

:) i bow.

neelang tiwari said...

aeioum
i bow

jganesh said...

wow ! You use words so brilliantly ! You are definitely right they must have meant hell-low ! You are so smart ! every step You take on the earth is sacred ! i how