An Evening Aroma…
It was a fine evening when I walked up to the terrace to water our plants. I could smell the fresh fragrance and aroma of Mother Nature fine tuning my skills from the inner side !! True, I felt my blood as it gushed through the blood vessels, I could sense the beating of my pulse in tune with the surrounding environ. I reached out to parents to ensure my goose bumps were real for a reality that was experienced!!!
An evening which has had lasting memories, almost for more than a decade now. You may ask me, what was special in that evening? My answer might not just leave a verbal touch but sway you through the mellifluous experience as cordially as you could have undergone by your self!
One may not find rhyme (here), but there is a lot of ‘rhythm’ through the “feel” and “love” that ought to be exchanged with our Mother Nature !!
She demands love in return !At what cost ? Go ahead and find out for yourselves!
The squawking birds gliding off their stealthy plane,
trespassing the cloud’s patchwork.
The glinting leaves waving off with passion,
along the path of windy handwork.
The striking flowers spreading the fragrance,
transcending the leafy touch.
The scintillating rays diverging off in the rational horizon,
forcing the creep of childish sempiternal admiration !
Nature leads her way very gently across and within me as I share this thought ! Let me also know how she enthrals you by casting your vote at the below poll!
5 thoughts on “An Evening Aroma”
Amazing. Nature is always the best and pleasing. The way we treat counts results will be amazing. Thank you for following and i will read through your blog. Cheers.
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Absolutely! Learning the mutual understanding of any arena helps the journey of learning and growing! 💐 happy to stay connected and encourage each other!
You can view my posts with caption Connect with Nature…. and i have clipped few natural moments too. The more to come soonest. Al the best. Stay connected. Happy sunday.⚘
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Absolutely! Thanks for sharing, will visit and relish!