Wednesday, June 4

Dew


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Originally uploaded by IRiskTen
Droplets of water called dew
Fallen from heavens like pearls
Washed away the dust of sky
Dropped down to earth on
Mountains,Trees and leaves
Waiting to give life to foilege
Refreshing them in return
Keeping them company
Making them more beautiful
With rays of sunlight and green.

29 comments:

Sapna Anu B.George said...

These are few lines that came out seeing this lovly picture.....of Kristine from her Flicker page, original picture can be seen here....
http://www.flickr.com/photos/26223020@N02/2541330704/?addedcomment=1#comment72157605421819504

Raghu Ram Prasad said...

Good writings and nice photograph

Sapna Anu B.George said...

Thanks Raghu Ram

നന്ദു said...

While go through these lines I felt a freshness & cool of a Dawn especially a Dawn at December!.

Nice thoughts on a Cute Snap.

Sapna Anu B.George said...

Thanks Nandu Ji

ചാത്തങ്കേരിലെ കുട്ടി ചാത്തന്‍ . . . . said...

falling is great if you are a dew drop!! right ???

Sapna Anu B.George said...

Absolutly.......its defenitly a fall,ചാത്തങ്കേരിലെ കുട്ടി ചാത്തന്‍,whether its human being or dewdrop the fall defenitly will has disaster waiting........unless you are falling in love, even that has cost , when you fall.

Vani said...

Lovely poem Sapna! That photograph is awesome!
Thanks for stopping by my blog!

mitr_bayarea said...

Sapna- beautiful picture and nice lines to go with it.

അരുണ്‍കുമാര്‍ | Arunkumar said...

maybe its the coming into existence is the best part for the time it happenes and the place it is formed:) and the next best thing would be the being itself:)

dunno... maybe because i'm scared to fall down at this point of time:)

Sapna Anu B.George said...

Vani dear.........the picture belongs to friend from flicker and that picture and dew inspired me to write these lines......thanks any way,mitr_bayarea and Arun kumar

ഇത്തിരിവെട്ടം said...

beautiful... :)

Jac said...

Exquisite !

Sapna Anu B.George said...

Thanks ഇത്തിരിവെട്ടം and thanks a lot Jac

Devi Priya said...

Beautiful photo. Well written.

Sapna Anu B.George said...

Thanks devi priya

K.C. said...

This is really beautiful and really captures the picture. I do wish that I had the talent for poetry like you do... Kayce

Double "D" said...

First of all, thank you for visiting my blog.
Yes all the paintings are mine with more coming.
Thank you for your kind words of encouragement.
Tell you son to work hard but enjoy the painting
process. I enjoyed your poem titled Dew.

sukku said...

Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

sukku

Sapna Anu B.George said...

Thanks KC, poetry is good, but its something you can write if you set your mind to it,please do give it a try.doube'd'.thanks for the lovly words, ihave already conveyed your messege to my son. Thanks Sukku for your comments.

Othersideblue said...

yes and rain is the most precious gifts we are facing a shortage in my country.

Sapna Anu B.George said...

thanks Othersideblue

Crimson Shimmer said...

Hi Sapna... thank you for your comment.
this poem is wonderful, its so pleasing to find people who have such a deep appreciation and eye for their surroundings and for who they are within it.
You have so many blogs, so i clicked on the one I understood. The rest are hindi rite? I am from the southern tip of africa and my dad teaches urdu here. ironically i know nothing.

Keshi said...

And they separate from each other when the sun comes out...

beautiful post! And ty for stopping by my blog :)


Keshi.

Sapna Anu B.George said...

Crimson.....what i write is in Malayalam too,which is my mother tongue,from the souther tip of India which is called Kerala.you have options of english and malayalam inmy blog and thanks for visiting.Keshi....thanks for the lovely comment.

magiceye said...

........beautiful........

Sapna Anu B.George said...

magiceye thank you

Sundiran said...

And each of them reflect the whole universe

sindhu said...

Sapna,
What words..so much to read, I am bowled, will take time and read the rest.
Way to go, girl...all the best and keep in touch...
Sindhu