Treasure Island

Srinivas Jegannathan


Tribute to the Nature!


Celebrate Nature this Diwali! ! !

Twinkles of the tantalizing stars
Sprinkles of the whispering clouds
Sparkles of the fantasizing moon
Trickles of the capering streams

Hissing sound of the blowing gales
Kissing skies of the glowing hills
Teasing charm of the sleeping dales
Pleasing sight of the heaping falls

Crinkles of the weathering trees
Chinkles of the tethering leaves
Shackles of the smothering caves
Tickles of the dithering bees

Dissing chorus of the chuckling birds
Trussing team of the tingling herds
Ceasing wrath of the rumbling dread
Easing path of the bungling tread

© J. Srinivas,
Srinivas.jegannathan@gmail.com

Submitted: Thursday, October 31, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 31, 2013

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Nature's nature is impervious and unassuming, though symmetrical pattern exists. We as humans are responsible for whatever change that we wee on this earth. Though it's a matter of pride to recount the human achievements, the undeniable truth is that we have destroyed the ecosystem and eco-balance of the Nature. Let's join hands together to save Mother Earth by using bio-friendly methods and materials before it's too late. Let's be more responsible. Let's realise that we are part of Nature and when the Nature is destroyed, we will also be. Let's spread the awareness! Let's take this as Diwali Resolution!

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