Setaluri Padma


Everything is Beautiful


The rising sun brings serenity and novelty to the world
When all the creatures of the earth are being swirled
The chirping birds and flying crows make an intonation
The flowing rivers into the sea create a lovely modulation

The swaying green crops please the whole population
The colourful flowery green garden is another attraction
Every little thing and all creatures in the world have beauty
They prove that they are the part and parcel of every duty.

The seven colours of the rainbow make us have adoration
The rain drops on the broken roof offer a big admiration
The snow covered land in Himalayas gives us an invitation
The sandy desert in Sahara also provides us a satisfaction.

The sunlight and moonlight brightens the mother earth
The twinkling stars travel throughout the spacious sky
The five oceans and various rivers make the world live
Beauty lies in the eyes of a beholder that we believe.

Submitted: Tuesday, May 07, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, September 17, 2013
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