The sun peeped out after a blanketed pause
And nature exploded into musical applause.
Crickets skipped to their own perky strains
Quelling the cicadas' droning refrains.
A coquettish whistle from the soloist blue jay,
Disrupted the jungle-fowls' bickering fray.
Heady with sensuous scents of the sunup hours
Bees crooned love songs to prancing flowers
A melodic jaltarang in the spirited stream tinkled,
A fine-spun drizzle, its muffled cadences sprinkled
The breeze strummed and thrummed arias operatic
And trees burst forth in a celebration dramatic.
The Universe reeled in song and dance,
Intoxicated, Existence slipped into a trance
Filled to the brim, Life blasted a joyous horn
In exultant welcome to the day that was born.