Wednesday, December 17, 2008

A matter of perspective-III

JAPAN
The first rays of the sun
kiss the soil
engulfing it in their warm embrace

Yesterday has given way
to a new today....

INDIA
The sky becomes
a riot of colours
the darkness slowly turning
to a purplish dawn

Yesterday is about to give way
to a new today...

SAHARA
Stars illuminate the sky
their sheen mirrored
on a mere dot of oasis
amidst the vast sandy expanse

Yesterday anticipates giving way
to a new today....

Brazil
Hues of the sky
reflect the breathing city
the lights from homes
creating patterns on nature's canvas

Yesterday still has to go on
before giving way to a new today...

Various regions
different lifestyles
many time zones
Yet..
One world
One motion
the wheels of life
churn on and on....

This is my last in a trilogy of posts about 'Perspective'.Hope you liked all of them:)

23 comments:

dil ki pyar said...

wow...!!!
i liked the relation of yesterday and today of every country......

yesterday is experience
today is experiment
tomorow is expectation

use your experience to experiment to reach your expectation....

i read it some where and loved to write it here....

keep the good work going...!!!

Just call me 'A' said...

you know...you've captured the essence of the countries mentioned here beautifully. like the rays of the sun and japan (land of the rising sun :))...and a riot of colors and India (india being famous for the rich textiles and diversity of it's people and culture and of course the mention of stars and oasis remind me of the desert and hence sahara and the hues of the sky somehow reminds me of a brazilian summer and the rainforest all at once :).
me likes dhish :)

Phoenix said...

me loves it :) no points for guessing...

Preetilata【ツ】 said...

wowwww.......this is simply wonderful. i truely appreciate the way u hv captured the truth i.e "one world"

and d contrast b/w yesterday n today is superb. :)

Mithe said...

@dil- thanks dear:) will surely keep writing with you all here to encourage me always!

@A-truthfully speaking, I didnot think so deeply!I got the idea from time zones but thank you for a vast perspective! It gives my creation a whole new dimension...

@Phoenix-Love you for that!(lolzz) Thank thee from the bottom of my heart...

@Preeti-Thanks Preeti! Your comments encourage me to write more always...:)

Think Tank said...

brilliant ..u couldn't have put ir better

Mampi said...

Wow Girl, this is brilliant.
That is what one can expect from a student of the 'colors of the world' department.
Loved the slide show too.

Mithe said...

@ Think tank-thank you from the heart

@Mampi-actually I got the idea from timezones-you are so right! :-)

Fiducia said...

Seems more like my poem on 'Walk to Wonder'.. really liked it..

a lot of perspectives blended into those verses, cool job!!

Keep up the gr8 work...
Cheers! Happy holidays..

Fiducia a.k.a Angel

Mithe said...

Happy Holidays Fiducia to you too..but let me assure you my thoughts were totally my own! Hey, have you uploaded that poem? Give me the link if you can. I would like to read that and thanks a megaton for the appreciation..:)

thearmyguyspeaks said...

the way you present the contrast with your words is awesum..;)

Indian one was great... and I iked the human race..so much capacity one in your matter of prescriptive post no 2 !

Mithe said...

Thank You army man! don't know your rank-for future reference, you need to tell me your rank too:)

lukkydivz said...

i loved all the three posts under this category, ur gifted!!

How do we know said...

hey.. this IS a wonderful perspective! Loved it.

Mithe said...

How do we know: thank you very very much.This means a lot to me...

Lukky :Thanks a lot.Your encouragement means the world to me:)Welcome to my blog world! Keep frequenting...

thearmyguyspeaks said...

Ohh I have 2 stars on my shoulder... for now... :) Hope to get sum more soon :P

let me know if u get my rank from that... or else... I tell u :)

Rajesh said...

First time here

It was wow!!!!

Wonderful...u hav made it in such a way every1 cud understand...lovely!!!

Mithe said...

Ok Mr Lieutenant-I got it! So, you have just started...best of luck for a golden future:)

@Rajesh-Thank you very much.Welcome to my blog world!:)

Sandhya said...

That was absolutely brilliant!!

Mithe said...

Thanks Sandhya-good to hear from you after such a long time:)

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Prashant Sree said...

Wonderful Perspectives.,. And a good colorful selection of colors too for different time zones ;)

Good thought too. :)

Mithe said...

Yam:-Thanks a lot dear! will surely chek it out..

Prashant-thank thee :-) Welcome to my blog...do keep visting