Ridhima Mehrotra


I can feel the nature Poem by Ridhima Mehrotra


A beautiful evening and a holiday
This idyllic weather calling me
asking me to be a companion in its inquisitive journey
But no, I can't go
I have lots of work to do

oh! look, the birds are chirping outside on a huge tree
and nearby, a peacock dancing with joy
But no, I can't go
I have lots of work to do
fresh air making animals so active
hey! they are running here and there
the enchanting breeze bringing a smile to everyone's face
But no, I can't go
I have lots of work to do

Yes, I can hear the kids playing
and elderly people laughing and talking
but no, I can't go
I have lots of work to do
wow! I can see from the window
the blue sky with small patches of cloud
filling my heart with ecstasy
But no, I can't go
I have lots of work to do

My eyes are stuck on the big
pretty roses
spreading love everywhere
But no, I cannot go
I have lots of work to do
Oh dear! I can feel the nature
Pulling me towards it
And I can’t go
I can’t go
But I genuinely want to………….

Submitted: Tuesday, October 8, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 8, 2013

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