Beauty in motion πŸ’•

Saw her today morning

In her beauty pristine

Changing every second

Teasing me

Enticing me

Alluring me

With Her beauty divine

At times She was so close

Caressing me

Covering Her beauty

With veils of clouds

Grey and dark

And then

Opening up a little

With a mischievous bright smile

To give me another glimpse

Of Her beauty divine

I know You live

In my heart

But how shall I appease

This longing

For your touch?

When shall this

Hide and seek end?

It was a glorious morning with clouds playing hide and seek with the rising sun and the blue sky. Neither do I have the words to describe the feelings which were evoked, nor can my mobile ever capture this beauty in motion πŸ’•πŸ’•

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  1. Dear Ashok, you make our world EVEN MORE BEAUTIFUL! Thanks with much love!!!

  2. Love this! I love seeing the sun peeking out from behind the clouds. It’s just always so gorgeous and awesome

  3. That is a tough one to express, even if we all experience it almost daily if half a chance 😊 but your words & variety of image-expressions does you justice, Ashok!

  4. What happens Kevin, I think is this: when we see something awe inspiring and beautiful time and space cease. The seer and the scenery become one. There is divine beauty and divine love in this. The moment we capture an image or put our pen on paper that feeling, that experience dies.
    Thank you so much for your kind words KJ πŸ˜ŠπŸ€—

  5. Have you ever wondered why the images that we capture via our devices do not compare to what we see with our eyes. The pictures are beautiful and I have no doubt that what you saw was so much more. Thank you for sharing as always. I love the poetry as well. You are an exceptional writer and I am thankful for what you do.

  6. Oh yes my friend. One gets filled with awe. And there is no way we can explain these feelings. Thank you so much

  7. Ashok, thanks for sharing your words and images. Both of us enjoy being outside experiencing God’s creation. It is unique and neverending, and its presence truly humbles me.

  8. Thank you so much Jyot. Enjoying the monsoon πŸ˜ŠπŸ’• Luckily Pune doesn’t have long rain spells and we keep getting the sunshine now and then β˜€οΈ

  9. Beautifully expressed Ashokji. Yup, some moments are hard to put into words. Hope you got some sunshine.

  10. This WordPress creates lots of problems, Ashok. I said that u can make a prose philosophy book with an apt poetry of yours and go to a good publisher who will even do social networking for u and keep on Amazon Kindle for u

  11. My bad…Actually some people like to be called with just their name. I should have asked first. But thank you for being kind enough for accommodating all ways. It is going to be Ashokji from now on. Would it be fine?

  12. Thank you so much Sana. Many young bloggers like you start with calling me Ashok and slowly move to sir or Ashokji or uncle 😊
    I am ok with all 😊

  13. As a kid I would look at the clouds in the sky and try to understand the story they were telling me. Today your pics took me down the lane of nostalgia Ashok ji πŸ˜‡

  14. Beautiful pictures of the ever shifting clouds and beautiful poem to go with the vision.
    I sat by a most serene lake last night and saw skies similar to yours – and took photos. 😊


  15. Beautiful. And you are right: neither words nor photographs can reflect or capture the beauty of a sunrise, sunset or the everchanging cloud deck… That’s why we still need to see with our own eyes and be there.. That’s why we travel.

  16. Beautiful poem, Sir!
    My dad used to say that the sky is a canvas on which God paints a new masterpiece every day. The pictures are stunning! β˜ΊοΈπŸ’›

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