Thursday, April 28, 2016

It’s Summer

Summer Sunset
Sunset @ Muttukadu backwaters
Summer brings a sigh of relief
with schools enclosed for vacation
students chose to chase their passion
like gushing water in search of roots.

While summer curse to scorch
the compassion of sea breeze bless,
blissful moments to surpass
with flock of birds flag off to home.

Summer brings up the memories
that neither forgotten nor went down
with multiple layers adding on latterly
the calm afternoon winds up the dust.

Summer breaks the age barrier
where everyone likes to have ice creams,
fruit juices and tender coconuts
cool down our entire system.

Like every season that has an essence
summer delivers radiant sunshine,
where shoot, unripe fruits and flowers
regenerate under the natural hood sun. 

Though summer being a dry season
there isn't scarce for happiness,
and when the back itches for scratch
the urge for mountain's dew become firm.


Rakesh Vanamali said...

Absolutely wonderful!

Out here, landlocked that we are, the summer is scorching and the land is parched

Anonymous said...

What a lovely shot.

L. D. said...

Great verses and wonderful photo of the same sun that I see most days.

TexWisGirl said...

loved the stanza about breaking the age barrier. so true and so wise of you.

Chandra@GreenComotion said...

Lovely view and photograph of water and the sunset, with the fence structure in the foreground!
I heard Madras was very hot this month.
Hope you all are staying well hydrated and cool.
Have a Happy Day!!
Peace :)

Devilish Angel said...

Nice poem Jeevan...

Twilight Man said...

The photo is awesome and you expressed well in your poem. Happy Weekend Jeevan.

Elsie Amata said...

I love this, Jeevan! And what I really enjoyed was the part about summer being equal enjoyment for adults and children. So very true! I look forward to it every year!

Uppal said...

wonderful poem.Here in Punjab summer has pre-poned itself. Ours is a landlocked state and already sun scorches and young plants are wilting.

Destination Infinity said...

Vendhu noola-poitrukom, innum kathiri-ye varala, summer patthi kavidha vera :P

Destination Infinity

Haddock said...

Aha.... that is true ..... everyone likes to have ice creams

Sandhya said...

Mango is the only attraction during summer. We are luck even then if we get good, natural mangoes.

Love your words and picture too!

Saurabh Chawla said...

I like winters more but likewise, summers are also an important part of life! Lovely poem!