Treasure Island

umaprosad das


Nature Care


When you find your body and mind are weary and not at ease
Come and share nature’s care, verdant shadow and cool breeze
Under a tree-shade on soft green bed lie down and you may feel
In closed eyes, the healing ties, of pleasant nature’s hug of thrill

Soft, cool breeze touch and ease weariness of body and mind
You do share nature’s care, whenever unrest you may find
Nature would grace cozy embrace, heals your every wound
Kills your pains, wipes out strain, makes you afresh and sound

Squirrels around may be found to chew happily nuts in wood
Butterflies are sucking nectar flower to flower in happy mood
You will find many kinds of tiny colorful birds chirp and hop
Plants and trees, flowers and leaves, the scenic beauty at its top

When city uproar makes you bore, come and share nature’s care
Alone in wood refresh your mood in healthy, hygienic atmosphere
Enjoy your best being abreast with Mother Nature’s charming hug
It’s paradise, tranquil and nice, full of ecstasy and the pleasure hub

Submitted: Sunday, June 30, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013

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