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  Wind floats gently in
performing a ballet with the sky
The shoots in their sundry attire
Provide a lively accompaniment
The lark singing on the tree
Pitches it tune with the robin
The nightingale sitting atop the tree
Provides the divine melody
The daffodils sway in tune to the beat
The bright sunflowers provide the heat
The heart sings the melody of love
And dances the in sync with steps of nature
The daffodils and the shy rose
Cotchie-coo in the merry starlight
Yielding to the call of wild
Spreading forth the fragrance of love
Bursting forth like a phoenix
from the cold mist of winter
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18-Feb-2001
More by :  Smitha Abraham
 
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