lalitha iyer

(7.6.1967 / Kochi, India)

I kneel before you


When nature dances
in greens and blues
birds sing
petals bring
breeze wing
and blooms spring
every beauty
nature shy
unfolds in her
enclosed skirts
I kneel down
to smell the ground
its so sweet
in rain and retreat
the gardens are fresh
ever new beauties rush
when I view
the morning dew
the whispers queue
in the night
filled with delight
Oceans raging
Oceans staging
shows of wonder
deep within
of aquatic cherubins
I just melt away
into nothing to say
I steal from nature
i have no feature
she is simply abundant
and I shocked to my bend

We humans
melting into non-entities
in front of nature's amenities.

Submitted: Monday, June 22, 2009

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  • Catrina Heart (6/22/2009 7:05:00 AM)

    We humans
    melting into non-entities
    in front of nature's amenities.
    ----
    PROFOUND COMPOSITION...WELL PENNED WITH A FABULOUS NOBLE THEME...10+++ (Report) Reply

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