Rivers and lakes are drying up. What can we do about this?
a river meanders in search of her ocean flowing gathering flowering eroding gravitating towards its yet unknown end where sweetness is sacrificed for the saline yet the water remains water hoping for its reincarnation a meeting in between clouds awaiting separate fates in their separate states the water still remains water perhaps beckoned by mountains or … Continue reading an eternal cycle
as though the tide was against the moon's pull she stood her ground in defiance to those who said she never could even gravity bowed before her allowed her to fly, just a little and how, she wondered, when the moon has little of its own how can it exert such a force that whole oceans succumb? ** … Continue reading against the moon
and one fine morning the starfish and the shell a mismatched couple though they were decided to venture away from the sea a day out, they excitedly thought away from the tidal timings and its monotonous movements and so they shuffled along politely declining the seaweed's offer of camouflage ignoring the noxious jelly fish' s bid … Continue reading tears of a starfish
if you could feel the earth rotate would you be less arrogant would you be reminded that you are indeed a recipient of her hospitality that truly there is nowhere to go planets are distant cousins looking after their own the burning stars are cold none to welcome you the milky way is far from … Continue reading feel the earth
~ the sea cutter could not fathom the depth of the ocean where darkness lies untouched by sound nature is at peace ~
water unpoured from the glass ~ to a clay pot ~ unfetched from a spring ~ unrained by clouds ~ looking backwards ~ at a parched earth Manifold meanings your words imply Should I stay on or say goodbye? Till she left He never really saw her Nor paid attention to her Like oxygen Always … Continue reading Water Unpoured and Others …