Santosh Sharma

Arrival Of Spring - Poem by Santosh Sharma

Arrival of spring

Bidding farewell to the chilling winter, tumultuous heart is filled with enthralling wind
The silence of air is broken with the melodious whispers, the fragrance of roses has taken its wings for the farthest reach.The pines are tossing theirs heads with a wave of resonance, nothing is still, every thing in nature is competing to exhibit its best to welcome the spring.

Nightingale is hopping from garden to garden, messaging every flower for the joyous days ahead, cacophony is echoing in the valley, an awakening call to all from hibernating winter., bees are hemming around the oak grooves waiting every buds to bloom, first ray of sun has fallen in the courtyard, giving warmth to the shivered heart.

Nature has folded its quilt of mist, small clouds have burst its tears, and the sky is spotless blue making a hurdle free journey for the brighter sun. The opposing mild breeze, making the streams to hold its breath; the ripples in the ponds are not stopping to reach its shores. Whole of existence is dressed up in colorful clothes; getting ready to be enjoying the fair of spring.

The bliss of happiness is spilling over from every one’s heart, feel like to arrest the spring in our nest, O’ mother earth, we all pray to extend your compassion, let every day be a spring around the year, Nightingale will not despair in the solitude autumn nor lotus will have a still face, neither any bird will have a parched feeling. Every one’s face will be cheerful as a blossomed flower the lips of beauty will ever sparkle as rose’s petals

Comments about Arrival Of Spring by Santosh Sharma

  • Sanchita Julka (2/23/2012 1:17:00 PM)

    a beautiful write! ! (Report) Reply

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  • Cristina Teodor (4/2/2011 3:46:00 AM)

    Great scenery, amazing play of words, i can feel the enthuziasm of spring, the colorful nature coming to life. Its a joy to read such 'bliss od happiness'..Cristina Teodor (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 29, 2010

Poem Edited: Sunday, September 12, 2010

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