The Water Maiden

The Water Maiden

The Water Maiden

Somewhere,

In the depth of the night,

When the stars were at sight,

When the moon shone bright,

And fought with darkness with all her might!

When the ocean was no more a fright,

When the waves caressed the shore,

ready to be his bride.

When nature sang her lullaby,

There arose a maiden,

slow & steady yet elegantly.

Her garb was like white fire,

flickering gently in tune with the breeze.

Her hair shone like a thousand suns.

She gild over the ocean graciously,

twisting and turning effortlessly,

to nature’s melody,

forming bright lit waves exquisitely.

All stood still in awe of her beauty

A true vision she was, in all clarity

She is unseen by many

Granting audience is a rarity

But she is a part of nature you see

Connect with nature

And she’ll make you privy

Yin & Yang

Yin & Yang

Yin & Yang

This Digital Art is dedicated to my hubby Ramakrishnan Parthasarthy We are as different as the sun and the Moon.We are apart yet follow each other just like the cycle of nature. Literally!
Yin & Yang is a Chinese concept that talks about how apparently opposite or contrary forces are actually complementary, interconnected and interdependent in the natural world, and how they give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another.

Autumn

Autumn

Autumn

Autumn , she is special,

for she is filled with so many hues,

red, yellow, orange & brown!

She paints a lovely picture,

so delicate, it is to view.

She saves the best for last,

before she descends into the chill