Were I a cloud

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I believe in every walk with Nature, one receives far more than he seeks. And so, I made my way through with a mind to mount up to the purest sky. Were I a cloud, would attempt to sweep through mystic thread of life; listen to hushed murmurs of water, for its by no means a waste of time. ‘The world is hard and cruel’ as such was written upon arched sky, give thanks for what you are —  and keep fighting for what you’d want to be tomorrow. I breathe in good thoughts skipping across a placid pond. The sky above was clear — as though gleaming crystal  — the air around me spoke in a tone both hushed and sweet. The atmosphere soon filled the heart with delight. I think I may have discovered some hidden secrets of life.

Twilight sky
mingling with emotion
a waltz with nature.

 

Photo credits: Nautica Lake in K.L

Posted for Haibun Monday @ dVerse Pub

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For my prompt ‘A photograph is but a memory in raw format’ on
Friday 26th August at 8 am EDT.

Posted for poems written on Prompt Nights 

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Posted on Monday Writes @ my blog – verses 

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& also posted on Music Prompt 57 @ MLMM

62 thoughts on “Were I a cloud

  1. Bjorn says:

    Nature is the perfect teacher… We walk and seek the secrets in the sky, and so often find it in ourselves – one of the purposes of wandering I think

  2. katiemiafrederick says:

    Nature hOlds
    atmoSphere BriGht
    skies so bRoad..
    FoRest
    Bare
    Foot
    prints
    human..
    yes.. a secret
    tHeRE wE FeeL
    the suffering and
    misery of each other
    as far as miles connect
    us withdrawn inside..
    in wither
    heARt..
    Nature kNows/FeeLs
    no sound of footprintS iN
    doors so closed of heARt
    SpiRit young and cOld..

    Nature
    SinGs
    no SonG of sad..:)

  3. Old Egg says:

    Only by embracing nature, the natural world, does life mean anything. It is beautiful, resilient strong and give us a feeling of serenity. Let’s hope we can always respect it. What a beautiful haibun Sanaa.

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