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Nature’s Musing

May 8, 2015 | By

A reflective musing on Mother Nature’s beautiful abundance and the rhapsody of her music. 


“To listen to the soft music of waves and to the wonderful rhythm of rain “

Music of Nature is wonderful.
With its evergreen ethnicity.
It can assist and assuage,
my longing sorrows.
It releases me from beaming fantasy.
And lets me fuse into you.
Castles are open from heaven
To listen to birds songs
and thunderstorms.
To listen to the soft music of waves
and to the wonderful rhythm of rain .
Can I merge into the personal fantasy of thy music?
Or into the broken dream music .
Do you reproduce it originality?
Its ups and down.
Can any musician recreate it?
Nature’s music is fresh each time.

Read more poems in our Poems Section and Poetry Month Special Edition

Dr Sigma G R received her Phd degree from Mother Theresa Women’s University Kodaikanal and currently works as an Assistant Professor in Department of English at Cherthala NSS College in Alleppy district. Her areas of research are Feminist studies and Poetry and Poetics. In her current role, apart from teaching, Dr Sigma is  as an editor, reviewer and advisory board member in four international Journals (The Criterion Journal, TJPRC Journal, The Expression Journal and ARC Journals). She  is an article writer, paper presenter and a poet.  She has got 9.5 years of teaching experience as a lecturer in India and abroad. Dr Sigma  worked for  Oman Ministry Of Manpower as a lecturer.  She is going to publish her collection of poems in June/July 2015. Few poems of her are published by American  Literary press and some poems are published in Dr Sigma has been a poet member in WordChimes community since 2003.   Her research articles are published in India and few articles are published in Times Of Oman.
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