Gnaw bite chomp chew and munch, breakfast’s done now on to lunch, it’s quite a chore this eating spree, a cocoon to spin and then I’m free. I see in your eyes disgust and loathe, the truth though is known to both, your heart will be all awe and delight, when out I burst to … Continue reading I Just Met-a-morphose!
In a light drizzle some drops of rain clung to the petals soft and pink, while others went into free fall and splashed about in the mud to sink. Those on the rose delighted with pride called out aloud to friends below, while you folks sink in the muddy stink we’ll steep in heady fragrant … Continue reading Once Upon A Drizzle
Bzzz, bz, bzz, bzzzz…no, it was not the whirring of wings even though there were plenty of dragonflies and damselflies around. These were grave murmurs which were rising by the minute and had risen to fizzy levels by the time the beetles, bugs, crickets, bees, and flies joined in. So much so that the presiding … Continue reading The Tale of the Shimmering Pearls
Type go scroll and click, all you seek on a platter quick, PPTs may be quite slick, though grey cells go slowly sick. Unleash let go flex and flee, back to nature to live free, tors vales holts rills, that soul and mind long to see. Unshackled though it would seem, the mouse too lives … Continue reading Shackled Reverie
Trudging through the forest deep my sights were set high, admiring the verdant canopy limiting the azure sky, then a dead twig snapped beneath causing me to stare, a carpet of leaves bark and fruit strewn around sans flair. Mottled sunlight on humid ground with countless life that toil, silent at work unseen unheard feed … Continue reading Floored!
For a few weeks now we had been feeding and observing this heavily pregnant village street cow, who about a week ago suddenly disappeared into the forest and became untraceable, even as we feared the worst. But to our pleasant surprise, she finally returned yesterday with her new-born stumbling and tottering alongside. The cow being … Continue reading Innocence!
The tide rises swiftly as ochre hues deepen, the shore then promptly comes alive, anemones and mussels, crabs and star fish, they all break into an impromptu jive, the ebb at noon that left them ashore, some in a tiny pool but most on sands dry, they buried down quick and awaited the eve, of … Continue reading Selfless Shellfish!