A willow spills her joy

There in the glade, a willow
spills her joy in the wind
shaking left and right like a slow dream
It spreads through the underbrush
a hush, a spell that beckons  
and a roe nimbly floats through
the soft curtain of quiet rain
And I sit on a bench, entranced,
a specter, ghostly figure
who forgets that he is 
part
of the masterpiece. 








13 responses to “A willow spills her joy”

  1. Such a beautiful poetic description of a moment captured!!
    I really enjoyed this.

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    1. Thank you Karima! I am glad you enjoyed it just as much ^-^

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  2. Amazingly beautiful, Rafia.

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      1. You’re most welcome, Rafia. Always.

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  3. Beautiful imagery, you can picture the tree standing there. Well-written, thanks for sharing!

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    1. Thanks for sharing your mind ..<3

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  4. Beautifully written and presented 💖🌹

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  5. Oh I loved the ending of this. Beautiful!

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    1. Akshay….I don’t think there is more joy than seeing someone come by and rifle through the pages like this, thank you for that, truly

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      1. Well, I missed tons of posts while I was away. Haven’t had the time lately, but I always wanted to go through the posts from people I really admire. Still haven’t been able to go through all of them but I’ll try again another time.
        It’s good to hear from you, Rafia! Take care and have a lovely day ❤️

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        1. I feel deeply appreciated from what you say, thank you and it is good to hear from you! Welcome back 😛 Hope you are well too

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