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Nature and Me
by Rupradha Mookerjee
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  The magical whiteness of the streets
Pleasing my weary soul,
Snowfall covering the trees
Filling my heart with childish delight,
And the icy breeze touching my face
Ah! What a solace – gift of God.
Snow beads clinging to my overcoat
Making me wet all over...
Then I quickly enter my timbered house
After the wonderful morning walk.
The enchanting winter of Boston
Smiles at me from the windowpane
Thrilling every ounce of me.
I am so spell bound by nature’s allure
That while having a sip of coffee
I tell myself ‘I am but not alone,
The divine Nature is with me.’
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December 27, 2009
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Comment Nature thrills our soul and it gives boundless pleasure.So it awakes the desire of living.It fullfills our body and soul both with indescribable bliss.It is boon to whole mankind.But man is running after wealth and ignores it. The result is that the tension and so many diseases clutch him.You are too lucky to enjoy this mother nature in so many ways.I felt very happy to read your poem on gift of nature.A lot of thanks.Thank you so much.

Nathmal Sharma
04/10/2014 10:37 AM




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