Spring Blossoms: #WordlessWednesday
“Oh! Spring, spring,
What shall you bring?
Little daisies simply smiling
Yet another new beginning”
Ode To Spring many moons back
~~My Will ‘O Wisp Spring~~
Oh! Spring, spring,
What shall you bring?
Wispy clouds with silver linings
Balmy breeze that seem to be dancing
A cuckoo bird flapping its wings
Melancholic hearts that sing
Riot of colours suddenly bursting
Frolicking souls giving in
A star spangled night whispering
Many a hearts entwining
Little daisies simply smiling
Yet another new beginning
16 February 2005
~That’s My Spring~
Why do you want to hide
That’s how the flowers cried
The cold winter made us sad
The summer will make us happy
Why don’t you make us flower
Why are you so far
Come to us with your power
Surround us with your love & care
So we shall say a prayer
Spring we want you everywhere
– Arusha (my then 7 year old angel brat)
16 February 2005
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52 thoughts on “Spring Blossoms: #WordlessWednesday”
The pictures and the poems are so amazing. I feel calm looking at flowers.
Thank you dear Reema. I wish to return to my poetry writing some day soon.
Pretty, pretty pinks!
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The poetry is beautiful. You talented mother daughter duo. She is so articulate at such a young age. Brilliant
<3 thank you Raj
I absolutely love Gerberas. It’s like they are always smiling at you.
True that. 🙂 You said it, Raj!
Beautiful Gerberas and even more beautiful poems by the talented mom and daughter! Did I tell you I love that shade of pink too? Your post added the much-needed cheer to my day, that I’d been looking for, Natasha! So, thank you very much fro this lovely post.
I’m late in responding to all the #ww posts this week as life took precedence. Hopefully, this week will be better.
Have a wonderful week ahead, my friend!
Don’t worry about being late. It’s the thought that counts, and it’s #WW that keeps us alive and kicking. :))
You have a very precious week ahead, looking at the sun smile back at you. <3
The flowers and the lime both are fresh, cute and beautiful.
And poems written by you as well as Arusha are equally beautiful
The lines spring bring your power and bloom a flower are so apt.
Thank you so much Pragun, for stopping by and leaving your imprints. I am so glad Arusha’s poetry resonated with you. 🙂 Will tell her.
Beautiful flowers and beautfiul poems. Sorry I am so late. Thanks for hosting.
Oh I’m so envious of your perfect blooms . My balcony garden looks terribly sad and withering . No matter what I do the plants just feel unhappy
Start talking to them and giving them more TLC. Play some rock music too. Believe you me it works.
Absolutely beautiful, Natasha.!
Have a great weekend!
Hope you weekend was good to Veronica and that this week has started on a good note.
How are things in KL now? Corona virus at all?
No new cases so far (touchwood!) 18 out of the 22 infected patients have recovered and discharged.
But I have to travel overseas in 10 days’ time for a trip I booked in December! There is no refund for cancellation so the hubs, my son and I will have to keep calm and carry on.
Please pray for us, Natasha!
Definitely will pray and chant for you all. It will all work out for the best. Don’t you worry.
Much love. And may you have a gorgeous trip. xox
You have no idea how comforted I am by your kind and positive words, dear Natasha.
Thank you so, so, very much.
Hugs back at ya, Veronica. How are things? Have you suspended your travel plans. Looking at the outbreak of the pandemic it seems the most viable option at this point of time.
My younger daughter was to go to Oz for a student exchange program in May, but they have cancelled the trip. Heart-breaking yes, as there was so much excitement around it. But I guess better to be safe than sorry at this point of time.
Hope things are well at your end. You are in my thoughts. 🙂
Love the poems by you and your daughter. I love the yearning for spring sentiment in Arusha’s poem. The pink gerbera photo is lovely. Great capture.
Thank you dear Mary. Such a pleasure to see you here, always. <3
Will tell Arusha.
We now have four of those Gerberas and the lovely thing is they bloom for days on end. 🙂
I’m in love with that cheerful and beautiful bloom, Natasha! And the poems are excellent. Both mom and daughter are equally talented poets.
Awwww thanks dear Vinitha. I should really try my hand at poetry again. It’s been so long. 🙂
Your flowers are gorgeous. I love gerberas 🙂
I’m so glad you are a part of ‘My Corner of the World’ this week!
My Corner of the World
Will be again part of you ” Corner of the World this week too, dear Betty. 🙂
I love flowers. I wish I lived in a bed of flowers. Lol 🙂
Thank you a lot for including my link here, in your beautiful place!
And I add that I love a lot Gerbera flowers, but I do not know how to keep them for more days, so usually I do not buy them. I just admire them where ever there are.! 🙂
Thank you again! I wish you beautiful days!
Awwww dear Suzana, the pleasure is all mine, indeed. 🙂
Small tip for keeping them for more days: Add a pinch of salt to your vase and change the water every day if you can. Word like magic. 🙂
Wish you a gorgeous week ahead too. xoxo
Wow! Both the pics and the poems were beautiful!
Thank you dear Sunita. 🙂 Lovely to have you hop by.
Most beautiful. Pink is my favorite color. Bring on spring.
Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.
Have a fabulous day. ♥
Pink is one of my favourites too, Sandee. As is blue, lavender and green. Thank you for joining us too.
oh Natasha, your puppy ist also cote!
what kind of breed it is? ❤️ and what’s his name?
greetings from Bavaria
Greetings from India. :-))
Laila is a miniature Shitzu and she is almost 7 years old.
Lovely to have you join us. 🙂
Beautiful blooms good captures roll on Spring heheh!
Have a bloomingtastic week 🙂
Is it spring yet in your part of the world Steve? I guess not as I hear it’s still freezing’!!!
Do you guys get spring in UK?
Yay to the spring! I liked the flow of words in both poems.
Thanks Shiju. 🙂
Beautiful shots! I love the poems! Your seven-year-old was quite advanced for her age with such powerful writing. Kudos!
She continues to be. Blessed to have her in my life. 🙂
What gorgeous flowers – I’m not fond of pink, in general, but that’s a shade I like very much. Your springtime poems have put me in the mood for warmer weather, just as a cold front moves in today!
I love pink Holly, especially this particular shade. 🙂
I’m sending warm, happy vibes your way. Have a great week ahead!
Gerbenas are not the easiest flowers to grow where I live. But what a beautiful pink yours is. And a lime tree – love their fruit.
Neither here, Alana. I got this plant last year and it survived the treacherous summers and see what it gave us back. 🙂 Feeling so blessed.
Lime is my favourite too.
That pastel pink is such a treat to the eye! You sure have a green thumb, dear Natz!
Much love! <3
As do you, sweetheart. I love all things nature and wild, Soumya. 🙂
Big hugs and lots of love.
Spring’s zing! We all love spring …… Nature is at its colorful best and there are new lives beginning everywhere.
Such soothing colors of the flowers Natasha! Both mother & daughter have captured & penned the essence of spring so well. Enjoyed reading it.
Send happy vibes for spring! Happy Wednesday!
Thank you dear Monika. I was floored by the essence of spring you captured. Would love to explore the tulips in Delhi one of these weekends.
Have a wonderful week ahead.