Natural Phenomena

The sea waves rises so high
With only aim to give high hope to fly
Even with so much helplessness and clipped wings
When birds watch intensely and sing

It is natural phenomena
Otherwise there won't have been fountain and flora
It is natural gift and no conspiracy
Nature has allowed you to enjoy with privacy

Why do rain come in time and dropp the shower?
Why earth is so eager to find an answer?
Why does she wait for it to fall gently?
So she can enjoy it with joy and silently

What does she conceive in gentle knock?
Complete attack is contained without any shock
Fertile seeds are given new lease of life to emerge
Come out in open with green color and surge

Nature allows you to mix and avail
Don’t curb your wish or curtail
It is natural to feel somebody’s company
This might have been felt by so many

Let us raise no doubt about nature’s ability
Let us find out the object with beauty
It will never disappoint us and show the way
Nature may pull you towards and not throw you away

It is like gravitational pull
It may attract you completely and full
It has its own rules to attract
This itself is real beauty in fact

Some of he changes we may not like
Its simple features may not strike
Yet it has all round show to prove
You may find its presence when move

by Hasmukh Amathalal

Comments (4)

True romance and hard times, dreams and aging, whiskers and kisses - none of these are mutually exclusive. But I hear you...
A load of kisses Uriah - XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX - just so you don't feel sad anymore. And I didn't feel the whiskers at all.! Lovely write. Enjoyed it. Lovce and hugs Ernestine XXX
Uriah - lost love causes us to look back in awe at what used to be. In the process, we miss today and all its splendor. Your face may be unshaven, but you have achieved a state of grace, and that's worth everything! Heartfelt and hauntingly beautiful. Linda
This is right there with Keats, Yeats or someone of a 'simpler age'. 'Cutting my teeth on the sour fruit of dissipating dreams' and 'unshaven face has a humble grace' are absolutely beautiful, Uriah, and I'm not just saying that because I'm your favorite six year old. :) You know, of course, that there never was a simpler time, but it makes for dreamy dreams and very fine poetry. This is going into my favorites. Cheers, Lori