Thursday, May 17, 2012

Summer memories

The nature sun is very unkind towards us today for the first time in this season of summer and the heat waves are so rage making it ever so hot day of the year.  Usually this season might be wonderful at home with sea breeze rising by noon but today its quiet different with the usual breeze which instead of pleasing, rashes away. It’s an expected mighty during the peak season of summer, but still I wasn’t cared and hoped the usual sea breeze will blow away the heat but today it had joined hands along with it to become normal very later.

Usually this is one of my favorite seasons even the temperature raises to peak; the wind would bear nostalgic memories of past and caresses slightly during the empty afternoons. What mostly striking memories of this time was the vacation and happy days spent at granny home and along with cousins the holidays are the most charming phase of life with cool cadies, ice creams and juice items. Playing Ludo, snake ladder, monopoly and trade business has been a part of this season we play and the days would be totally noisy and most of our excitements were on afternoon under the water tank shadows on terrace and balcony where the cool breeze uplift me in air.

During summers these are the memories cherish me while taking back in to solace and the wind plays a major role in recollecting memories which swing me back front inside the heart. The wind is one of my inspirations during this season where some of the notable poems were written on this time and leaving mind to slim various thoughts, the afternoon calm give way to the deep insight to wind through the open windows. The crashing leaves, chattering squirrels and chirping birds are the nature resonant keeps the spirit upwards and self motivated towards the end of pleasing evening… writing a poem or letter from the heart, floating in the air.

8 comments:

George said...

This is a wonderful tribute to summer. One nice thing about living on the Plateau here in Tennessee is that summer doesn't get too hot, and we're high enough to have good breezes late in the day.

LadyFi said...

What pleasant memories.

ashok said...

just now noticed that u have changed your header! very cool!

eden said...

Lots of treasured memories to remember. I just hope your summer doesn't get too hot in most days. We are on our last month of Autumn and it is getting colder now. Very opposite to what you have there..

Have a wonderful weekend.

Vetrimagal said...

now that you write such a nice post about summer and the sea breeze, I am also reminded of time spent in my granny's place near Chengleput. We used to play pallanghuzhi, and goli, kittibull etc:-)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Jeevan, Summer is my least-favorite season ---but I'd probably love it if I lived near the beach/coast --and had some nice sea breezes...

We are afraid that we will have an extremely hot summer here this year since our winter was so mild... BUT--we don't know that! We'll just have to wait and see.

Have a great weekend.
Betsy

Ash said...

I'm eagerly waiting for summer to arrive in cold, rainy England!

Kalyan said...

Except the humidity part, summers always bring the natural behaviour out of us, when our mind feels more free and lively than any other season...lovely reading!