Endless Seasons

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A garish, dreadful breath of nature,
The ghastly warmth of sigh,
Breaking the weir of patience,
Summer is on the high.

A green, sodden stroke of luck,
Freshened air and souls,
Here comes the monsoon,
With rock n’ rolls.

Blithe, sun-drenched sky,
Smells of imminent joy,
Clear trail of celebrations,
Autumn is here with new ploy.

Then comes the chilly troll,
With all his pangs summoned up,
Cold, sore anguished life,
Winter has taken up.

Blooming, blissful springtime comes,
Brash, loud and, intrepid,
Vivid and innocent sort of zest,
Validates the ecstatic need.

This is how the sequence goes,
Beginnings and ends time and again
With incessant joys, ceaseless beams,
But I believe in endless seasons of dreams.

This poem is linked to Poetry Jam and the prompt is Seasons.

Comments

  1. Your words flow like a whiff of freshness like the changing seasons ... you are an awesome poet !!!

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  2. winter the troll, ha....i think that it has its merits as well...if any season were endless i would hope it be of dreams

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    1. Same wish here Brian. Thanks for commenting. I personally don't like Winter that much, it makes me lazier!! Ha ha :)

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  3. The endless season of dreams sounds beautiful to me really. "Monsoon, with rocks and rolls" - not so much. I like the rhyming in this poem, and the words just rolled on my tongue.

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  4. Very nice!! And that ending is wonderful :-)

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  5. Oh yes, endless seasons of dreams for sure! And I like the idea you have here of the cycle of seasons being endless. Thanks for responding to my prompt at Poetry Jam!!

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    1. Oh! thanks Peggy for giving this wonderful opportunity to write something about this miracle of nature...change of seasons and more :)

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  6. Beautiful poem of cycles and seasons. I especially love "But I believe in endless seasons of dreams." Me too, kiddo.

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  7. .. like Vivaldi's Four Seasons!!

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    1. Thanks for the complement, but I don't know if I deserve that at all or not!

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  8. Beautiful! What a lovely poem with vivid seasonal images :)

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  9. Another piece of spontaneity and brilliance after 'Letter of Hope'. happy I discovered your blog. particularly loved the last line...

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  10. Wonderfully crafted......

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  11. Love the ending! It's great to believe in endless dreams!

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  12. thats a perfect weaving of words dear.... excellent!!!

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    1. Thanks Madhavi, thanks for the lovely comment. Keep in touch :)

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  13. Loved the seasons whirling in a cycle. Beautiful composition, Sayantani!Loved it!

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  14. Serene Poetry! A poem on all seasons for all seasons. Your mesmerizing words were soothing and refreshing.

    Am glad to have found your blog. :)

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  15. i ADORE your ending!!! divine take on the prompt!

    thank you so much for participating at Poetry Jam!


    dani

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  16. This is gorgeous writing, very musically written. Loved it!

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  17. Then comes the chilly troll,

    So loved that image... and of course, an endless season of dreams. Nice.

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  18. Very nicely written poem. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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  19. I love the last line... it changes the whole piece and brings peace with it. I hope you will join me and others around the world in creating a gratitude quilt of words. To learn more about this project and how you can participate read the white box at the top of my blog. It would be wonderful to have you be a part of this.

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    1. Thanks Laura, I'd definitely join you in this wonderful process of thanks-giving. Thank you for knocking me :)

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  20. Seasons make for wonderful musing...really like how you wrapped it all up. Nice write.

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  21. Excellent word choice. I enjoyed the unexpected (but nicely done) descriptions.

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  22. visiting for the first time, and I must say commendable.

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  23. where is my comment?? :O Its gone :(
    Nevermind, I loved your poem...very very much...its amazingly rhythmic and smooth flowing...
    A very happy Diwali to you girl :)

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