Sunday, November 18, 2007

Early Sunday

Children playing on the seashore sand
and also playing on the seashore road
on the morning time, mind change
went in find to sea at early.

Here and there kept standing and
playing cricket, where crowd rise without down
throwing walking, a little relaxation
there and allover by our people.

With little drizzling and chillness zephyr
where new sense blows on my face
a soothing surrounding omnipresent
losing the expectation, and
gaining a new experience on this day
is a happy Sunday.

9 comments:

kalai said...

nice one buddy... i had a nice feel of getting up early & walking along the seashore.... nice pictures. dat cloudy snap is really good....

Keshi said...

Always nice to see kids playing...

Keshi.

tulipspeaks said...

looks really cloudy.. guess its rainy season there?


ammu.

Alok said...

Monday is such a bore .... but I loved reading this ... very well written

Alok

krystyna said...

Hi Jeevan!
I wish peace and happiness to children in India!
Thanks for your wonderful poem! Love it.

Take care!

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Jeevan said...

Kalai – Thanks buddy! Waking early on winter and rainy season is a pleasure, but the chillness never allows it so easily.

Keshi – Yes dear :)

Ammu – it was rainy season only, but with little rain and more foggy in morning and sunshine in day time.

Alok – Thank a lot buddy :)

Krystyna – Very nice to see u dear. Thank so much for you wishes for our children. Hope Kevin is doing well with treatment, waiting for your return and also to know about Kevin.

Kalyan said...

beautiful photos & the poem dedicated to children!

தூயா [Thooya] said...

one word of answer "beautiful" both pic and ur words