Nature’s Bounty

Nature’s Bounty

Yellow-orange hues,
Transform the dark sky,
Like a blushing bride,
Dawn rises, so shy,
Kissing night goodbye.

How the wren warbles,
On the window-sill,
Luring us outdoors,
To nature’s bounty,
Blissful melody!

Oh! The peacock struts,
Its radiant train,
Luminous blue-green,
Feathers dance and shake,
Beckoning its mate.

The bee caresses,
A full bloomed flower,
Look at it shiver,
As it envisions,
Surge of sheer delight.

Nestled in mountains,
The green valley sighs,
When cooling droplets,
Of rain, fall on blooms,
Oh see, how they smile!

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