The Nature's cycle



The dark is lost ,
The rejoice is of Brightness,
The birds are chattering,
On the winds of the Slumbered days.
The autumn leaves that lay thy,
By the sides of the empty streets,
Can you guess the part of the day, as the sun has come, overhead?
It's the noon, I tell you now,
Soon the day will come to a stop,
The sun will drown at the other side,
The moon's light will shine again on the street rocks!

About this poem

A little poem describing the unending cycle of nature whilst our household chores engage our day.

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Written on March 04, 2021

Submitted by adi.play2606 on March 08, 2022

Modified on April 28, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Scheme ABCDEFGHIJK
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 407
Words 90
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 11

Aditya Narayan Chakraborty

A teen enthusiast in nature and life poetry (and patriotic), who loves to read books as a life-long hobby and exploring the depths of my perception of the language through my writing skills. more…

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  • murrypriyanshurao
    Though I am not a fan of free verse poems, but I admire the beauty depicted in few lines. Waiting for more of your poems!
    LikeReply 12 years ago

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