Friday, 12 April 2019

K - KALEIDOSCOPIC NATURE - Lessons from #NatureRepository


Letter K in this #NatureRepository series for #AtoZChallenge can remind me nothing but kaleidoscopic nature's view. We create many beautiful and colorful patterns when we turn the kaleidoscope at different angles. So is our nature's Kaleidoscope, which paints the earth into many different colors.


Be it atop a mountain or a view below the sea, at every turn it leaves us mesmerized. I have poured my thoughts of Kaleidoscope in these series of Haiku. Haiku is a Japanese form of poetry of 3 lines with 5-7-5 syllable count respectively and it is mostly non-rhyming.

Kaleidoscopic

Nature's creativity
Enjoy its bliss 

Turn right to view
Sun shining in a dew
Radiant and fresh

Twist a little 
Atop mountains clouds linger
Rising high spirits

A little turn left
Waves in oceans sways
Powerful and consistent

More we twist
Colors blend and mix
Floral rainbow greets


Turns many angles

Different nature's patterns
Mesmerizing view

Where ever you look, you will find nature smiling and radiating in full strength to guide us and show us the path in life. It is up to us to understand the unsaid and feel the positivity in this Kaleidoscopic nature.

Do you feel positive when you are close to nature?
Which colors define nature to you?

Are you a nature curator?
We Meenal & Sonal are, nature lovers and observers too. So this year we have come up with theme #NatureRepository for #AtoZChallenge & #BlogchatterA2Z.

You will find Nature lessons with each alphabet through out April here.

@Meenal

4 comments:

  1. I love the comparison between a kaleidoscope and nature
    Debbie

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  2. I see nature green and blue. That Haiku made mefeel the same, close to nature

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  3. I got to learn something new today about-Haiku :) and yes I feel very positive and actually very alive in natural places like woods 😍

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  4. Wow, really hats off to your creativity. i Loved reading this.

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