Autumn Joy - Poem by Savita Tyagi
Rains have washed trees clean
A coolness spreads everywhere.
Grey clouds above look so sleepy
Like tired comrades after night duty.
A tiny butterfly
Hovers on white Jasmine
Its autumn blooms offer last
Nourishment in service of life.
Butterfly upon flowers
So pure and white
So is my joy watching it
Drink elixirs of life.
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