Indira Renganathan


Alankar(Decor) -82


Trees (Cinquain Chain) -
Cinquain Chain is stanzaic made up of a series of Crapsey Cinquains linked in a chain by the last line of each cinquain repeated as the first line of the next cinquain.

Trees talk
Rustling to birds
Embraced of breeze nestling
'How wonderful this world you know
Lovely'

Lovely
Birds too agree
Having sheltered up safe
Rejoicing in harmony with
Nature

Nature
If we're fond of
Bonds us with good living
Like the trees store water in roots
For us

For us
The trees breeze breath
Pure and pollution free
Guarding self and around healthy
In peace

In peace
We all can sing
'How lovely this world is'
Until the axe-ghost enters to
Gobble

Submitted: Saturday, September 15, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, June 18, 2013

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Trees (Cinquain Chain) -
Cinquain Chain is stanzaic made up of a series of Crapsey Cinquains linked in a chain by the last line of each cinquain repeated as the first line of the next cinquain.

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