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An insight From Amaltas

The glow of golden shower tree’s

Golden flowers fall on my naked eyes

And Hold me still at my window sash

For a few minutes

A few days back, in a march morning.

With great astonishment, I gazed at

Those pendulous yellow flowers

Cascade down in plenty

To allure the fiery summer sky.

Zephyr from east, west, north &south

Cuddled her innocence beauty.

On feeling it, my lips murmured

No amount of poetry can narrate you!

Within this golden shower view

I am totally,

Despoiled! Despoiled! Despoiled!

What? Who? How? Hey!

Are you here or somewhere else??

I heard the indignant voice of my mom

Ah Ma! Look! Come Look! Look Ma!

Like a yellow cascade, how beautiful!

Look that streaks through it, Alluring!

She said nothing what I expected

But said,”So early! No use! Just move on!

What? No use?

I twisted and turned my thoughts

Throughout the day through it.

Even though, there is nothing in it.

By the night, some life quotes

Began to burgeoning in me

As the sum of my myriad thoughts

At the midnight, it has bloomed

Over the screen of my quote creator App.

I scribbled,

“Nature is the ultimate reflection

Of You, Me, I, He, She, They, It

This is what I have learned today

Our mind is like an Amaltas flower

Which blossoms so early for something, and

Falls just before when that something

Is about to reach it at the right time.

So Early! No Use!

Yeah! Nature is the ultimate reflection

Just read it! Learn it & Move On!”.

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Akshaya Thulasi🌼

Author:

✳️ Literature Student ✳️From USA ( United Streets of Arackal)  ✳️Indian  ✳️Malayalee ✳️Kollam district # kottarakara  ✳️ Pet name : Thumbi ✳️ Become 20 on 20 August 2018. Akshaya Thulasi is a 20 years old English literature Student from Kerala, India. Currently, she is doing her master's in English language & Literature at Indira Gandhi national open university. At the same time, she has been working as a English Content Writer in a digital marketing company in Kerala named WEBINNOVATES

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