any picture comes to my mind,
i try to give it a body of words,
love to sit on other blooms,
for honey, color, fragrance........
Oh, Sumana, I imagine these traditional harvest festivals are rich and beautiful. The harvest is certainly something to celebrate indeed.
Sumana, I love rice and its unlimited culinary possibilities. I am sure I would enjoy the paddy harvesting festivals your words conjure up for us.
So many festivals. It would be wonderful to visit them all! Thank you for sharing.
Sumana, your poem brings out the rich cultural tradition of your land. Harvest festivals are seen the world over, but I think in India there is so much colour and cultural diversity that harvest time festivals are really something extra special!
louv all the colour and joy your poem translateshave a nice daymuch love...
How I would love to attend one of these festivals. Actually, ours are pretty wonderful too!
No matter how we celebrate or what we call it, we ALL hope for that peace. Great poem.
I like the peacocks by dots video clip....clever way to draw them.The Hindu festivals are full of colour and magic.One can get quite swept up in them with the dancing especially when the priest goes into one of those trances. It is important to keep up these important traditions.
Embracing traditions can make you connect with all the good of culture. I love the way this is full of the heart.
Seems like a festive occasion to celebrate the harvest season ~ Enjoyed the cultural colour Sumana ~
This is such a charming - and edifying - piece, Sumana. And a very creative "take" on the prompt from Poetry Jam.
How wonderful it is for harvest time. Lots of local info here! Thanks Sumana!Hank
What a beautiful tradition Sumana.
Thank you for stopping by and sharing your valuable thoughts.........