The Bloom

I am born from your golden skin
radiant like the winter afternoon
wrapped in the fulgent rays of sun
stemming from the roots of your pores
rising like a vine in its full vigour
entwined to your poised brown frame
spanning through your stretches and arcs
I thrive in the credence of your brace
only to bloom with gilded shine
like ourulent mustard flowers
spread over bistre brown plane.

~ Chhaya

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    1. How beautiful your farm must be, Viola! I love the view of vast fields covered with mustard flowers. In India they bloom around this time of the season, and they are truly a bliss to watch. Thank you dear for the read and the lovely comment. I wish you a joyous and peaceful new year! 🤗

      Much love!
      ❤️❤️❤️

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      1. Forgive me .. yes, mustard also has such as similar flower! (We grow this too, although not for crops, but for cover to give songbirds a food source throughout the winter, so a patch here and a patch there.
        I look forward to more writings from you this year! x

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    1. Thank you very much, Sifan! It’s lovely to have you here and to hear from you. I am thrilled to know that you enjoyed this piece. 😀

      You have a fantastic blog and I am absolutely loving your poetry. Do keep writing and sharing, I really look forward to reading more from you. 😊

      Here’s wishing you a marvellous new year! 🤗

      Cheers!!

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    1. I am thrilled to know you liked it, Ameena. It’s wonderful to hear from you and have have your thoughts on this piece. Also wishing you a very happy and blessed new year!

      Much love!
      ❤️❤️❤️

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    1. That’s so very kind of you dear Rachel to think so. Thanks so much! I am grateful to you for always appreciating and inspiring me. 😊

      Wishing you a happy and blessed new year! 🤗

      Much love!
      ❤️❤️❤️

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    1. Charlie, my friend! I am thrilled to hear from you again after really long. Thank you very much for your kind comment. This means so much to me. 😊

      Hope you’ve been well all this while. I really missed reading you. 🤗

      Cheers!

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    1. Thanks so much for being here and paying a read, Namrata! I am glad you enjoyed this piece. I found this picture on pexels and instantly liked it. It did go well with my poem too, you are right. 😁

      You’ve got an exciting blog and I would certainly like to read more of your work. My best to you for everything! 🤗

      Much love!
      ❤️❤️❤️

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  1. “I thrive in the credence of your brace
    only to bloom with gilded shine
    like ourulent mustard flowers”

    I bow, cringe, and quiver, in words such as these. I am being…no I am not! being dramatic, this is a Brilliant piece of writing.

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    1. Thank you very much, Stephen! I am so glad to have your comment and feel quite overwhelmed by your kind words of appreciation. This means so much to me. Thanks again! 😊

      I absolutely love your poems. They are a delight to read. Please do keep writing and sharing.🤗

      Cheers!
      Chhaya

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    1. Thanks so much, Sweta! Lovely to hear from you and apologies for responding so late. I have been away since a long time. There’s a tiny poem I have posted just today. Do take some time to read it when free. 😊

      Why am I unable to see your site btw? It says the authors have deleted the site.

      Much love!
      ❤️❤️❤️

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