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Ashram Ashram


Birds And Bees


BIRDS AND BEES

Birds and bees nature’s ornaments duly scattered in life’s garden
Abstruse apportion cosmos joy of exotic symbols of dreams loom
Of butterflies and flowers and rivers and creeks and ocean
Sandy beaches ornate of shells and pearls beauty in bloom
Sunshine and pouring rain lightning thunders bower of the sky
Carpet of green grass glistening with morning dew at sunrise
Shrubs and bulbs shades of trees blowing in the breeze
Waves and ripples floating bubbles dancing to the eagles cries
Echoing in the valleys regal mountains romancing clouds in fleece
Changing its colors from dawn to dusk watching the sunset
Adorned with silver linings playing pantomime with sun and moon
Sprinkled in between by diamonds of stars of aberrant facets
Masterpiece of sculptor on the easel imagination of genius loon

Aberrations of quakes and floods and storms and killer twisters
Remainder of reality in sounds of emotions of the believers

Submitted: Wednesday, January 07, 2009

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