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Sights and sounds of life
flitter through the air
Senses reign supreme, the smell
of flowers grasping your nostrils.

Nature in magnificence
barely a cumulus amidst
A low haze of pollution
under clear delicious aqua blue.

Peace, calmness, serenity prevail
leaving an enduring sense
of perpetuity and significance.
Figures jump alive

Bright vivacious colors
An oil painting mimicking
a Technicolor dream. The creatures,
birds, butterflies levitate throughout.

They run, jump and flutter
with the ease and grace of Gods,
as if blessed with special
cognitions, insights, delights.

The spectrum is spectacular
Un-captured in vernacular.
The beauty of nature surrounds
Un-circumvented by bounds.

Pick flowers, pluck fruit
Hold it, caress it: a gem.
Love it, touch it, succumb
to angelic aura. Be dazzled

By heavenly properties, unfathomable.
Then, one special day, it coagulates
revealing itself in perfect majesty
You sense a distinctness

The uniqueness unmatched
Nor replicated on TV., or in movies
The solitary wonder of nature.
It's As Green As the Grass Can Grow.

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Time by Dr. Soumya Panigrahi    
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Transformation by Rajender Krishan   

28-Sep-2000
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