Bare Reflections

Brown may be my colour yet, my heart is still alive, roots yet drink from the damp soil, my branches still do thrive. All summer long I fought the blaze, yearning an ashen cloud, not to see you eye my limbs, sharpened axes in the crowd. I sense my moment has come at last, there’s … Continue reading Bare Reflections

A “Mushy” Tale

Stress and effort, struggle and strain, searching for light, warmth and the rain, pushing and thrusting through the damp earth, nursing a desire seeking whyfor their birth. Toiling with resolve, breaking out of the trap, stretching out gills they unfurl their cap, soft glowing radiance the whites shimmering bright, they set out to spread the … Continue reading A “Mushy” Tale

A Feathered Symphony

Twilight past dusk descends, the air is tranquil waters serene, Home to roost on a lofty bough, jostling and shoving we await our kin, Juveniles tired after the frantic day, squawking and cackling feathers they preen, Just as the shadows deepen a shade, old mamas gather, the gossips begin. - Narendra Nayak © 2017

For a Peak of the Heavens

As Mother beckoned with a graceful wave, The blazing blue heavens took a bow in awe, And blossoms beneath looked up and yonder, Cause ‘twas time for the grey clouds to maunder. As pearls of joy pattered to earth below, And pools of shimmering liquid yearned to flow, One little flower so burst up with … Continue reading For a Peak of the Heavens