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grow green

Updated on February 25, 2016

We earthlings.
Let’s loosen the dirt underneath our feet,
Get grounded through a simple feat.

A single seed sown and few droplets thrown,
Wait awhile, for a joy unknown.

Observe the sprout, rising up straight,
Out of its slumber, to be under your shade.

Tender and slender, it is like a baby,
Beauty of almighty.

What it would turn out to be?
A flowering shrub, or a fruit bearing tree.

The suspense is worth waiting,
Though it reveals nothing.

It awaits your attention, without saying,
"Hope to see you, when, your day ends,
You are running around, to meet your ends.

Water me, while, you feel thirst.
Feed me, with, what you waste.

My friend earthworm, butterfly, bee,
Are helping me to be with thee.

Visit me every day once,
I am yours for seasons."

Growing under the sun light,
Its beauty finds no limit.

Nothing can be awesome,
Than a sapling let to blossom, wholesome!!!

Let us get grounded, with a simple feat.
Sow some seeds, throw some droplets.

© 2015 Hari Prasad S

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      Hari Prasad S 16 months ago from Bangalore

      Thank you sir.

      - hari

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      Vishnu 16 months ago

      Growing a plant and nurturing is same fun as nurturing a child.Packaging of both is natural.

      Let all go green and come clean.

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      Hari Prasad S 20 months ago from Bangalore

      Thanks Ruby for appreciation and comments.

      - Hari

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 20 months ago from Southern Illinois

      I can't imagine why you are not having more people reading your poetry. It is beautiful!

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      Hari Prasad S 20 months ago from Bangalore

      Thanks ruby for your liking and wonderful reply too.

      You are also the first visitor for this hub written long back. that makes my happiness double.

      - hari

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 20 months ago from Southern Illinois

      I simply love this! We humans are so inclined to plant and sew. Watching it grow and thrive is a joy to behold. Thank you..

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