Exotic!

-Sparsh Sharma


The milky orb gets
kissed 
by 
the gnarled tree.

Nature's hands 
sculpt
a new artwork
on the trail, off the
river, near the sacred
grove, home to
the migratory birds.

A tired moon takes a 
quick break and sits 
atop the 
slender branches,
its oval visage
unscratched
by the
bare brown 
limbs.

All it takes to reach for 
the moon 
is 
a different view/ 
angle.

Moon suspended
over 
the skeletal figure,
a soothing crystal
that
illuminates the 
contrasting decay
and
regeneration
on a less-frequented path for the bold.

Bio: Toronto-based Sparsh Sharma, an engineer and MBA (Denmark), when not dividing time between digital communications and financial sector, loves to blog, freelance and find sublimity in natural habitats, music, walking and photography.

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