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........
What lovely sentiments in this poem, Sumana. And wonderful imagery. I like the way you have described the many eyes in nature, smiled when I read the repeated line 'all her singers are back' and really see 'her happy face.'
made me think of seeing the world through the eyes of a child, a bit...all the wonder..even at the field mouse heart being consumed...ha...
So many views and eyes in nature. I was particularly struck by the references to feeding the babies with the heart of the dead mouse--somehow seemed quite profound to me.
Lovely Sumana, very sensual.
Spring just flashed before my eyes!
This is gorgeous!
Love the way this opens up and you can enter in the richness of this world, seen through eyes that capture the heart.
You created a reflective, sweet mood with words.
You brought it all so alive. Lovely.
Sumana, the beauty in this poem is just phenomenal. I pictured each thing as I read....it is a cornucopia of beauty. I especially loved envisioning the white cranes.
This was so beautiful. I loved "When life dances in joy with death".
Happiness indeed with the "natural" celebration :)Nice words, Sumanaji!
This is a feast for all the senses!
Really a birds eye view
Wonderful imagery. You took me on a nature walk and made me see,
Sumana, I commented on your poem yesterday morning but my comment did not appear. It is a good thing I checked back.Your poem made me feel I was a mother looking at her daughter as she discovers the world. Seeing the world through the eyes of a child makes us see it in a new way.
lovely post, it's a kind of writing which makes you happy in the end, a well written pieceLost In Her Eyes
The eyes are windows to the world - and this poems just teems with sparkle and movement . . . and life. Lovely.
Beautiful poem, Sumana. All eyes of creation's creatures reflect the eyes of mother nature!
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