Nature- Poetry

Sunset in the park

The days of bleak are past us, and the promise of spectacular golden sunsets here and now. ~ Hints Of Life

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Sunset at Central Park

The sun’s rays scatter behind Eaglevale bridge,
golden hues melting into the quiet landscape,
as trees stood bathing in nature’s blessing

her soft curls a radiant red,
as she walked into the divine view,
crisp spring breeze kissing her cheeks,
eyes fluttering to wind’s delight,
her gaze measuring the distance (in time) until nature comes alive in countless colors, again

in the meanwhile, she enjoys her evening walk in the park,
midst the miraculous setting sun,
a splendor in a fleeting, but radiant moment,
washing the buildings and the trees with its gentle golden glow

 

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Last day of November

The serene fall colors glistening on the last day of November. ~ Hints Of Life

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A view of ‘The Lake’ from Bethesda Terrace & Fountain, Central Park

I envisage the bleak cold days ahead,
but for now; I only wish,
to enjoy the serene fall colors,
glistening under the bright blue sky,
the sun’s rays kissing them softly,
red; yellow; orange shades,
an epitome of  life’s celebration,
the last day of November,
as nature prepares to embrace the change.

 

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Halloween inspiration

Unveil those uninhabited emotionslet the hidden faces shine, happy Halloween~ Hints Of Life

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whisper in dream

let me shine one night

dormant shadows alive

 

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Fallen beauty

Fall leaves, falling in the lap of mother earth, reminiscing its old glory~ Hints Of Life

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The foliage looks just as pretty after it falls in the Central Park Conservancy

The leaves are fallen round me,
fall leaves, dry; red and yellow,
gathered in a hump,
their invisible soul speaks to me,
countless stories of time on earth,
the rise and fall of their destiny,
before disappearing in the soil

say,
falling is good sometimes,
only to come back stronger,
it’s not that we have to quit,
this life one day, but it’s how,
many things we have to quit,
all at once – family, friends,
laughter, love, memories and,
even the joy of talking to a stranger,
if only it would be lost, all not at once

Inspiration and source-Roman Payne

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Nature- Poetry

Late Summer sunset

Sunset is the most surreal of all nature’s miracles. ~ Hints Of Life

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A late Summer sunset by the Hudson river

As the Sun sets behind the horizon,
on a late summer evening,
it looks like a teenager gushing with youth,
glowing so beautiful, it would make you blush

its light so luminous, you feel its radiance in your bones,
its energy so infectious, you smile just at a glance,
its promise so pure, to shine again tomorrow,
and tomorrow…

I watch,
an old gentlemen practice putting on the green grass,
his hands firmly gripping the club, his eyes measuring the distance,
his stance, illuminating in the orange,
adding character to the beautiful,
late summer sunset

 

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Golden Sunset (series) #2

In the midst of a mundane life, you catch a glimpse of the spectacular. ~ Hints Of Life 

Golden Sunset

A regular day, just the mundane routine,
the mood was sombre all around,
the yellow cabs, jolting on the streets

people pacing as if walking on air,
chasing the materialistic desires,
unaware of the beauty that surrounds them,
as if, in a daze

But there it was again,
the breathtaking golden sunset,
radiating, beaming in yellow with a ting of red this time,
always timely,
and, never-failing to please its admirers

 

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Golden Sunset (series) #1

The golden yellow in the sky, an immaculate painting by an unknown artist. ~ Hints Of Life

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The pale curve of her neck, stretched to one side
those soft curls blowing in the wind,
as she looked up at the evening sky

her dusky features complimenting the dusk,
she felt tiny yet strong in the company of nature,
‘hallelujah’, she said out loud

the most beautiful scenery in the sky,
the curly silver clouds interspersed with the yellow ball of fire,
creating the magical golden glow

 

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