Tag Archives: NATURE

Full moon, Poetry by Adams Duniya

Genre: Nature, Beauty, Life, Uncertainties, Hope.

Full moon by Adams Duniya

This bald asterisk
Over cottoned sky-high:
Wide-height, with silver hue
Has thou cast. In slow-line crawl
By soft retractile attendance –
Resolute for celestial harmony,
Has heavens splendour, thou calmed.

Let thy pseudo feet –
Ever soiled in resoled purpose
All earthly heaving, suck;
And every sigh’s brim
With sensuality, smear.

O, attenuate my love
I behold Sky Boy! –
It’s baby-hour-out; but
To what do we owe this visiting?
Let those tales recycle
And us, wisdom re-hear!

Trace thy trails
To the firth thou please;
Thy silent symphony holds
Our hearts to solemn assembly.
Nature has moulded thee sybarite;
The heavens have crafted thee sylph.

To our vain pilgrimage here below
Render a surfeit of thy grace
And galvanize us against the scourging
Sun of life. But night: of evil souls,
Do not leave us to it –
When thy health’s beginning to ebb.

* Taken from my book, “Polygons” – By Didam G.A. Duniya
(Partridge Publishing, 2015 | https://www.amazon.com/Polygons-Didam-GDuniya/dp/1482805812)

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WATER!, Poetry by Sinjini Sengupta

GENRE: Hope, Hurt, Philosophical, Relationships, Love, Nature

 

WATER! by Sinjini Sengupta

 

Here – I lend myself again. Here – I let myself vulnerable. Here – I offer myself to you.

 

To be used!

 

 

 

You like it; it is the way you wanted it.

 

I like it too, at first.

 

I don’t let myself think what comes next.

 

Because..?

 

 

 

Because, I know that all too well already.

 

No, it won’t change.

 

But then, who can stop me from thinking it would,

 

At least this one time?

 

 

 

 

And then, it comes. As it was always meant to do.

 

My wounds open, my heart bleed, my lungs feel gripped. I let you rip me off. My inside, my whole.

 

I break. I split into pieces, tiny and then tinier.

 

Here, I lose myself. Again.

 

 

 

And then, I see myself – in pieces so futile that no one notices. I can’t recognize myself.

 

In fact, it’s perhaps not even the same me that was. I am not myself, again.

 

I have lost all my power and all my strength. Worse, I knew it all the time when this was happening to me. Step by step.

 

And even worse, I have known this before. And yet I did let myself.

 

 

 

You don’t turn around to look back at me. Of course.

 

If you did, you wouldn’t have found me either!

 

 

 

And then, someday, I will float again. In the air, among the space. All around you. I hope to see you be merry. I’ll smile at you, too.

 

But you’d hardly know.

 

And then, I will ascend. I will not look back again. Just like you did.

 

I’ll arise and arise, and rise yet more.

 

 

 

 

And then, someday, it will drizzle…

 

And I’ll come upon you – all over, again.

 

I’m sure you’d love the rain. Won’t you?

 

Oh, I so love to be used!

 

 

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Chilly Start, Poetry by Kate Alsbury

GENRE: Inspirational, Haiku, Nature, Outdoors, Spring

 

Chilly Start by Kate Alsbury
 
A chilly start today
Frost turned dew glimmers bright
Long awaited Spring.

 

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Roof Top, Poetry by Patsy Jawo

Genre: Nature, Life

Roof Top
by Patsy Jawo

Get it on the roof top
Otherwise you lose out
The Emerald green grass
Fertile and healing
Grows healthy crops
Sunshine adds its mass
Moonlight coats with finesse
Rain does the nourishment
So get those talents out
Let their rein be visible
The veins of creativity
Will never lie still
And it is not our place
To shut out the light
By closing the drapes
But to wallow in it
The rays of greatness
Let them colour our skin
Tan our minds and soul
Then show off our new look
Gift it to the world
People, places, things
Revel in the sketch
Drawn on the easel
Our life’s blank canvas
Love it, love ourselves
Get on the roof top
Sprinkle our rainbows
Keep all lives shaded
With our unique blend
Of flavours and tastes
A collective blend
Formed from every being
Radiating bright
Illuminating all
Reaching all corners
Spreading good waves
Into every cave
Plus hearts, minds, spirits
And never stopping
Whatever the case
This is our set place
Atop evermore roof
With feverish offerings
Spine tingling showers
Of mystic ventures

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The First Downpour, Poetry by J K Roseline

Genre: Rhyme, Nature, Weather, Life

The First Downpour
by J K Roseline

The wind was snarling
At my door all night,
Romancing with rain;
Mystic nature divine
Rejoicing with delight

The first downpour is waving down
Parched earth, she gulps the limpid drops;
It titillates her senses with acuity,
Like burning incense earth emits
Sweet fragrance in the odorous air.

The glorious Sun now veiled beneath the misty sheen,
Peeps to see little brooks gurgling again;
Lonesome rambling streams soon flow,
They spurt to kiss the dancing leaves.

Listen to rain’s resonating beat –
A sound so rhapsodizing be;
To taste the cascading drops
Come croaking frogs, burrowing worms.

The rainbow filters through turbid sky,
Peacocks perch to preen pretty plumes dry;
A lovely lament radiant fall
Sing o heavens, be joyful all.

For this downpour from yonder,
On this yielding union on earth
When the sky roars clothed in black robes,
And the earth is waiting coyly.

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Flowers bloom in winter, Poetry by Cathrina Oshinowo

Genre: Life, Nature, Rhyme

Flowers bloom in winter
by Cathrina Oshinowo

Flowers bloom in Winter, spring, Summer and Autumn too.

They bloom and spring forth for me you. Flowers show me ĺove In boom and tell me not to cry.

Flowers speak to my heart and tell my dreams never to die..

The flowers I hold dear cause my to flame to grow inside.

They mirror my beauty from beginning to end; never fading peptualy being my little friends.

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Rain, Poetry by James Kennon

Genre: Nature, Rhyme, Funny

Rain
by James Kennon

Rain falls like terminal dodo birds liquefied by infinite speed,
gravity plunges one way, directional confusion of enveloping skins, wave upon wave etc…

Circular chitterings of gnomish crazy-eyed beaks,
quills loaded with thick black syrupy information encrypted into dazzling streaks of digital flight,
through iron pellets and streaking beams of displacing squareness that leave gaping holes in reverse images frozen with surprise.

Wetness brings cures for dryness, visions of self reflected in falling drops show the multitudes of one, bringing joy in wetness all things are covered,
old brains,
wear plastic yellow sheets that hum rain into piercing darts, splinters.

How did I think I could see the rain eye to eye without falling?

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