Reveries #5: You have fallen into an impressionist painting

Dear readers, Here is another meditative reverie. The point behind these reverie posts is to give the readers a little bit of an interlude. To read something mellow and relaxing about nature. For those of you who are new to this blog- the reverie posts are like a playlist or an image to get lostContinue reading “Reveries #5: You have fallen into an impressionist painting”

The Autumn Leaf

(Poem- by Anshudha Garimella) When the leaves are bleeding their emerald hues lovers of summer feel the blues We see the leaves lose their colours but they don’t lose their emeralds in a second. Just to prolong our pain the green starts fading slowly so we can see our summer fade and feel the airContinue reading “The Autumn Leaf”

Reveries #4: Those Autumn Leaves

This following reverie is about the autumn aesthetic. Imagine yourself as the ‘I’ in the story. Autumn leaves hang loosely from the branches, suspended in their glory one last time, they are barely hanging on. Some leaves fall before some others and some still haven’t changed their colour. Autumn leaves that fall and take awayContinue reading “Reveries #4: Those Autumn Leaves”

Lilac

-anshudha garimella Lilac drips down the sky Around the clouds, it entwines Enveloping the atmosphere You can find the dreamers there Their hopes and their songs Interlace with the pastel colours of their dreams Lilac falls from the sky To soothe the ones with weary eyes It’s been a lonely night Seeing things in blackContinue reading “Lilac”

daisy chains on summer days

A poem by Anshudha Garimella I’m in love with daisy chains on summer days little daisies float on my lemonade Just like a citrus breeze summer does not stay But the taste of oranges is the ambrosial nectar of an amber sunset The crushed strawberries and cherries rest at the bottom of my summer wineContinue reading “daisy chains on summer days”