Mother Nature's Sublime Bliss by Renuka Jhalli, London, UK

Mother Nature's Sublime Bliss

by Renuka Jhalli, London, UK

The buzzing bee knows not

Of the buzz he brings to me,

While away he buzzes so busily,

In a swarm of buzzing bees.

The soft sounds, so soothing,

Of the waves upon the sea,

Know not that to their motherly hushing,

I fall in sleep, with ease.

The droplets of rain know not

Of their dazzle to a droopy day,

While away they drop their crystal clusters,

When they shower their crystal cascades.

The single star that splendidly sparkles

In the endless, sombre sky,

Knows not of a single sparkle,

That it brings to my sombre eyes.

The thrush that sings knows not

Of the mad rush in the heart of me,

While away with passion she vocalizes,

Her vocal art, so effortlessly.

The rose replete with beauty,

With pleasant petals so pure,

Knows not of its own attractiveness,

That which, upon sight, I adore.

The great Mother Nature knows not,

Of the bliss in her own sublimity;

While away she continues to bring,

The only bliss, sublime to me.

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