Diamonds from the bejeweled
crown of the queen,
Glistening under the sun,
collected in basket of breeze,
and of flowers which sing merrily
to match the occasion of clustering jewels
Bead by bead from the brook,
and on the leaves of the springing shoot,
Dew drops, rain fall and water beads
beauteous nature’s wealthy pearls…
Sliding and slipping down the leaf,
Stealing through under the morning breeze,
Cold crystal’s mirroring breathe,
Glistening dew drops on the leaves.
Photographs by me, a someone who fears sea creatures.
Just the intriguing way in which the serene body of water looks, especially when moody, thick clouds swarm around in the sky…
I sat on a leaf, dreaming lazily. I saw many people young, old alike, jogging. I yawned.
‘I guess I need to evaporate now…its getting pretty hot.’ I muttered to myself as the sun rose up on the horizon, glowing brighter and brighter. I felt the sun light scorching me and then I disappeared in a wisp of vapor.
Hi. I’m a water drop.
The salinity in the cool, hugging breeze,
The chillness of the sea’s air creating a freeze,
The sounding of bellowing ships in water
The busy part of the sea’s harbor
The wet porous sand licking my feet
The summer sun’s boring heat
The water stays still
in the majestic blue pond
Its aura mesmerizes
and puts through an internal bond
Rings of stunning ripples flow
from movement in the stillness
The ends of water lilies go
deep into the blue chillness