Symphony of Surroundings

clouds touching the hills
Sue Vincent’s #Writephoto

When dawn heralds peace
Breeze blends with serene clouds
When they kiss the hills
Blushing in the new light,

When glow of Mother Nature
Outlines the meadows
A golden ribbon flutters
Adorned by Aubrietia

Who can move further?
Mesmerized by the surreal environs
Dazzled by the beauty of dawn
We watch with delight

Until the sun starts its journey
And the day reminds us —
It’s the symphony of surroundings
That whisper life into us.
© Balroop Singh, June 2019

Thanks to Sue Vincent for an inspiring Thursday #photoprompt Choices

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50 thoughts on “Symphony of Surroundings

  1. Balroop, my spirit soars whilst reading your poem! 😀 You capture the spiritual essence of dawn with beauty and poetic skill and the poem echoes a symphony starting with quiet serenity, raising to a crescendo and dropping to the utter stillness and realisation of
    ‘It’s the symphony of surroundings
    That whisper life into us.’ Just so!

    This is a reminder to us all to stop and appreciate the dawning of the day, as it makes its presence known to us all!

    Wishing you a lovely weekend, Balroop! Hugs xx

    1. Your beautiful words and expression is as delightful as trying to merge with the harmony of surroundings Annika. Many thanks for hearing the symphony so well!
      Wishing you too a wonderfully fragrant weekend. 🙂

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