Sunday, August 5, 2012

Evening Sunset closes by..!!!

This post has been published by me as a part of the Blog-a-Ton 30; the thirtieth edition of the online marathon of Bloggers; where we decide and we write. To be part of the next edition, visit and start following Blog-a-Ton.


Courtesy- Curious Dino

Strolling in the shadow of dusky light
Orange hue above a beautiful sight
People in watching, all quiet alone
Afraid of no warning or gentle atone

Balmy breeze of autumn fading away
waves gushing across the shore
The mighty sun drowning in the ocean
As young heads play with sparkling water
The old ones sit and watchthe palm trees that bend over beautifully

Whispering grass, musty and sweet.
Fragrance of flowers, odors of peat
Shimmering gold from the trees
In the evening sunset, close of the day
A wise owl that hoots, has nothing to say
Peaceful and tranquil now hazing away
Such wonderful sights to end a day.

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19 comments:

  1. beautiful...the images you've left behind is fascinating!All the best...

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  2. @panchali- thanks a lot for the compliments and wishes. :) Keep reading :)

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  3. A simple and nice poem Harshal :)

    ATB for BAT

    P:s - you missed a 'y' in a mighty sun

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  4. very well written :)
    best wishes for BAT

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  5. @menachery- Thanks a lot for the wishes. :)
    and yeah. that was a typo. It shall be corrected son.

    @karan- thanks. :)

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  6. Nice play of words. Well written, leads to a very soothing visualization! ATB for BAT!

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  7. Beautiful poem, Harshal.. it brings out images, yes. But it'd have been so much better, if you had kept the rhyme in the second verse too. The rhythm that one gets when reading out the first verse, is lost in the second..

    (P.S: Typo still there, and typo in your reply to Menachery too. Shouldn't it be "soon"? ;) )

    Leo - My Blog-a-Ton Story

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  8. @Leo- Thanks a lot for the compliments. And regarding the typos, I guess I just need to look more at my keyboard while typing.

    Thanks again for the input and coming by.

    @Deepa- THanks a lot for the wishes as well as the compliments.

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  9. Peaceful and tranquil indeed are your words too!!

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  10. Hey - very nice poem. More importantly, easy to understand. Had a very smooth read. One go without recap :)

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  11. nice poem and good luck for BAT :)

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  12. @manasa- Thanks :)

    @neha- Thanks a lot for the wishes. :)

    @jaish_vats- Thank you

    @Ashzzes- Thanks for the wishes. :)

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  13. Beautiful poem Harshal!! Somehow, I felt missing rhyme in the second paragraph changed the mood of readers... All the best.. Keep writing..

    Someone is Special

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    1. Thank you SiS. :)
      Yeah, I felt the missing rhyme too. Anyway, will try harder next time. :)

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