Monday, March 17, 2008

Ecstacy...

Engrossed in the whispers of the woods,
Watching angel clouds hit mountain tops giving birth to maiden raindrops,
Feeling gentle strokes of wind n soft raindrops delicately brush away,
Watching the violent waves passionately kiss the shore,
Coming back for more like its been holding passion endlessly,
Experiencing golden sand grains wriggle away delicately,
Watching the celestial serenade of stars in the wilderness of night..
Getting lost in the isolation n peace in darkness......
To go down the memory lane,
Nostalgically gathering carefree moments of childhood,
Feeling that aura of inner self, so natural,
Hear soothing words that the soul speaks......
Its ecstasy,
Its pristine,
Solitude n hearing the enchanting music of silence is blissful n most peaceful...

10 comments:

Dhanush said...

Lovely. Its raining here too, and in my mind too.
Solitude n hearing the enchanting music of silence is blissful n most peaceful...

Very True.

zest said...

Elegantly written.I can sense the placidity of your soul resonating to the tunes of all that manages to capture your imagination around you.

Nikhil Kuruvilla said...

Iam missing home :( that picture and the words, nostalgic days of childhood the early morning tea dreaming away to glory gazing outside the window:(( missing home and veedu again. Thaan naatileku pokunathu karanam kozhapamila, ente karyam alochichu nokiye, kashtam. Entayalum thande post adipoli (easter kolam akandu ellam nannayi velam kudipichu vayoe penne)

Asha said...

OH! Such a beautiful place to live, looks serene and peaceful. Well written Seema, good job!:)

I will be on break until May, taking a Spring break, see you then!

Jac said...

Silence too is a language.

The most profound statements are often said in silence.

Welcome back.

Seema said...

Dhanush - Raining..is always beautiful! Raining in the mind...hmmmmm :)Yes, sometimes the silence is peaceful too!

Zest - Thank You. I always believe it takes Two for a Tango..it always takes two to understand and make it a good time...so glad you appreciate!


Nikhil :)))you knw what just take the Easter weekend, which is a long weekend neways n come down..athre ullo karyom, itiri pounds chilavu aakum that's it. Waw am longing to be there with everyone. Pinne Easter adichupolikanam, nangalude house of commons aka. house of cousins full quorum undakum ennu vijarikanu so it vl be fun and the rest of it hehe ellavarem serikum vellam kudipicholaave lol vannavadathu vechu kaanamzzz, entayalum ellavarum last time tanne enne oru cheriya samshyam unde;) so you get your tickets going boss.

Asha - Thanks...yes indeed a dream house hehee very soon i will be there :) iam really optimistic:))Asha, you have a wonderful break and a good vacation, cya around :) take care sweets...Have a nice time.

Jac - Nice to cya..yes you said it..its a language :)) Thanks, i will be back with more

mathew said...

It is difficult reading this when am on the way to office..it seems like ages since I had felt the kind of solitude you have so beaautifully penned..

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sunil nair said...

The writing seems to pour directly from your veins and spill onto the keyboard as if a natural occurance.

Seema said...

Mathew - Absolutely, this kinda post is not recommended reading on the Way to Office...Its difficult to get these moments easily in places where we live! But I surely am going 2 steal some of these moments on my trip home for Easter!

SOC - Sunil : Kaiyyode pidichathinaaal..i surrender:))))Thanks for the compliments ! I was dreaming of the lovely moments...country roads are calling me:))))))))