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Inside the Park
by K.S. Subramanian
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The tree’s sturdy stem, curved
spaciously like a plastic chair,
can embalm your aching back,
nudge a meditative voyage;
I marvel at the buoyant family
of such trees defying time with
Its stately, statuesque courage;
Luxuriant foliage arching
over the vast park fills the silence
with a nourishing, feisty fragrance
sniffed only by mews of chat
the walkers share; A few share
smiles with me or raise an arm
In greeting; “Resting, eh….”
Is the unexpressed friendly
query.   
 
What they didn't fathom
was the stream of thought
inside me……"here is Nature’s
unrequited bounty….without
a price tag; A bemused spectator
of the fallible humans who
do not weigh its worth…."
    
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