Tag: nature

Magical Colours Of Love

In the beams of moonlight, I can see your outstretched arms In the songs of birds, I can hear your whispers In the drizzling rain, I can feel your tears of ecstasy In the flowing breeze, I can perceive your sigh In the clap… Continue Reading “Magical Colours Of Love”

Garden Of A Thousand Lotuses: A Fairy Tale

The Garden Of A Thousand Lotuses was once the playground of a prince and his consort. Today the place lies derelict and abandoned, but Chinima and her friends found it the perfect hideout to escape for a few hours in the afternoon, on their… Continue Reading “Garden Of A Thousand Lotuses: A Fairy Tale”

Song of the Storm

Shain lived in a picturesque little village in the backwaters of Kerala, in India. Her father owned and operated three houseboats for tourists, and was considered the most prosperous man in the village. She was the only daughter to her parents and the family… Continue Reading “Song of the Storm”

The Magical Search

The world is full of magic things, patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper – W. B. Yeats The ship had not approached land for almost 25 days, and the sight of the island raised the hopes of the sailors and Captain Barnos… Continue Reading “The Magical Search”

Temple of Nature

The river meandered through an inlet, cordoning it into a secluded hidden area. The dense foliage converting the vicinity into a world of green, as sunlight streaked in through the leaves from the surrounding trees. The water was also an exotic fluid carpet dotted… Continue Reading “Temple of Nature”

Under the Peepal Tree

She sat there all day long, under the massive Peepal tree (sacred fig) next to a tributary of Gomti river. The children would go and sit around her, trying to catch her glance. She would smile at them sometimes and often make some signs.… Continue Reading “Under the Peepal Tree”

Balance of Nature

Mashaneja could hear the rumblings long before the people in her village knew that the volcano was about to erupt. It was always like that for her since she was a little child. Today the septuagenarian has forgotten how many times in her life… Continue Reading “Balance of Nature”