|The Indian raintree with fresh tender leaves|
after the shedding process since winter leaves.
Grinning at me, like a degree holder
Succeeding the hard times of winter
And shedding leaves to regain a green cap.
The sun was shining brightly,
Contrary to the deep blue sky
The raintree lit a smile tenderly
despite being rough in tendency.
I want to cut off one of its trunks
For being an obstacle to the touching breeze
And views of my neighbor's rebuilt garden,
its different shades of green garnishes.
With few brush-like blossoms
And hanging down of dry pods
Makeup the tree, to shimmer,
Like a new bride of summertime.
P.S. Guys did you notice? I changed the template of my blog, but it wasn't quite a change, as I just retained the size and design of the blog content and sidebar; I chose the travel theme as background with simply an open book to the left side. I also changed the header after a long time with an image I capture from the pretty White Town (French colony) in Puducherry.