Spring, poetry by Radhika Puttige at Spillwords.com
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Spring

Spring

written by: Radhika Puttige

 

The trail of winter’s footprints melts
nature awakens from its white slumber,
the monochrome silence fades
heavenly epiphany showers blessings.

Sprigs of green sprout on the naked trees,
pristine dew drops cascade gently
on verdant blades of grass,
iridescent blooms sway to the zephyr.

Bards sing glory of the season
an ode from the poet’s quill, inks the papyrus,
skylark’s ditties echo through the meadows
dulcet notes serenade reminiscent melodies.

Unbridled carousal of hues,
carpet the redolent bosom of earth,
life brims with an animated spirit,
spring ushers in colors of grandeur.

Radhika Puttige

Radhika Puttige

After spending a decade as a teacher, Radhika now utilizes her time in creative pursuits. Her thoughts and ruminations on life found a home in her blog radhikasreflection on WordPress which she started in 2016. While she mostly writes poetry, her blog is a potpourri of photographs, prose and musings. Her writing style is lucid, which is mostly inspired by everyday life, people and experiences. She recently published her first book of haiku and poetry titled Eclectic Verses, which is available on Amazon.
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