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Summer Spring


The Rhythm Of Rain


Soft drizzle; the nature moans
with trees swaying in accompanied beats
The fresh fragrance of autumn mud
all enveloping into an enchanting freshness.

The rhythm varies with faster beats
moulding itself from soft to mild
The southeast wind gaining momentum
as if to match the decorum.

A rare stillness embraces the night
so as to enjoy the changing beats
A flash of lightning from the yonder sky
adds in life to the dancing hearts.

Never will there ever be a sight so divine
so enchanting and ever so soothing
Tiny droplets dancing on leaves
and on the ground in rhythmic steps.

The celebration of the wild; beautiful
awakening all souls to joy
Like a mother's blessing to her sons
filled with loving care and affection.

Submitted: Sunday, January 08, 2012

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