Thursday, July 23, 2015


"There is something of the marvelous in all things of nature."
Clouds provide shelters    from searing sun
Its bursts give us     rainbows
Turbulent seas hail      soaring waves
Sand-filled shores bestow    building nests
Oh,  so many illustrations  we see on earth's surface

Our deepest roots are in nature
   These enmeshed, intertwined roots are
         sustenance givers..
For they are from where we grow... gain strength
to fight against the forces that ails man
Every part of Nature inspires to make things possible...
 It gives richer, higher, magical visions
The precept is to have good connections
     with this world and people

         -a heart fluttering a little offers a spot of warmth
                 creates perfect harmony

"There is something of the marvelous in all things of nature."- Aristotle. – The opening line is inspired by a quote.

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  1. Loved the closing lines :D
    Such an incredible poem.

    Beautifully penned!
    Lots of love,

  2. Indeed. The nature nourishes us and makes our survival possible.
    I loved the third stanza. It's necessary to be connected to the world at large to understand and to stand united in harmony.
    Beautifully penned.

  3. Well you know how much I love this poem, Panchali. It is marvelous!!!!!!!! I like the heart fluttering and offering a little warmth.

  4. This is beautiful Penchali. Nature is indeed our inspiration for the connection to all. Love the energy of this poem, its positivity.

  5. Wow Panchali,this poem is superb. Nature is always an insiring factor. Loved the last two lines. Nothing can match them.

  6. Truly said, Panchali. Nature gives us the strength to fight against all the odds and evil forces. Beautifully written!

  7. Panchali - harmony what a wonderful, transcendent place to arrive at. I hope for a world that can touch the loamy soil, play in the waves and be rooted in nature.
    Beautifully penned.

  8. Interesting. One of the things I did this summer was take a philosophy class so I spent some time with Aristotle and his philosophies. I def agree on the connection with nature and that we can find many of our truthes supported by nature, and how nature interacts with itself as well. Everything is provided for, some is consumed for the greater good. It can be beautiful and violent, but it also balances out.

  9. "The precept is to have good connections / with this world and people"...Nature does teach in so many ways, this harmony...but do we care?...sigh...such a beautiful poem Panchali di....

  10. The ancient Greeks had all the answers:)

  11. roots in nature and life in all we experience and see, beautifully captures the heart and our connection with creation.

  12. Connections are very important, and all things are connected......

  13. So true that our deepest roots are in nature; and when we have unity with nature, this is perfect harmony!

  14. Wonderful, wise words to live by.

  15. Yes - sometimes it is good to be reminded of the world outside our is beautiful

  16. We are all part of the same world, even if we don't think so. Well written.


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