Monday, 27 April 2009

Spring Delights

The delicate pink Camellia blossoms, nodding gently on the boughs,
aquiessing to the gentle breeze, that spring, so playfully endows.
The first jaunt of honey bees with their gorgeous buzzing sound
seeking sources of nectar, that days before, were not around

The emerging buds of yesterday, becoming minute leaves,
part of mother nature’s master plan, for all deciduous trees.
A climbing blue Clematis has reached the bottom boughs,
to complement the apple blossom, when nature allows.

The spider’s intricately woven pattern, reflecting the sun's rays,
to produce such a masterpiece must have taken numerous days.
They defy the laws of gravity, when they walk across the ceiling
the story told by playground kids, magnetic feet is most appealing

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