The Rise of Fall!

In our land of eternal summer and scorching sun, Fall is a concept we have viewed only in Bollywood. However witnessed up close here in the northern hemisphere, it is indeed one of the most breathtaking miracles of nature. With the change of a calendar month, the mundane trees here and there burst into bright colors and create a beauty that one can never get enough of. Here’s an ode to the rise of Fall.

Fall also brings in that chill in the winds and is the introduction to a rather harsh dark and gray winter. But for the while it lasts, it is surely one to cherish.

Not only is Fall significant for its beauty and colors, it brings out that calming coziness and endearing comfort that completes but the cycle of life.

Read the poem by our guest author , Kasturi Ghosh:

Autumn

Falling leaves,
Hidden nooks,
Cozy wraps,
Thrilling books.

Heady coffee,
Calming tea,
Maple leaves as bookmarks,
Super content me.

Orange, gold, brown,
Hues of nature abound,
Painted in a canvas resplendent,
Will bring a smile to the most despondent.

The cycle of life in all its glory,
Unveiling of mother nature’s story.
By the paintbrush of the Gods,
In master strokes, lies our universe awash.

May the ripening of seasons,
Make us humble and kind.
Life’s journey is precious my friend,
May the falling leaves serve to remind.

About Moumita Chakraborty

Moumita is gritty and persevering, besides being a subject matter expert on anything she sets her heart to. Her writing style pins on her empathy for the subject and fluidity of thought. She is great with people, which makes her a fabulous feature author and a Partner Relations expert.

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Moumita Chakraborty

Moumita is gritty and persevering, besides being a subject matter expert on anything she sets her heart to. Her writing style pins on her empathy for the subject and fluidity of thought. She is great with people, which makes her a fabulous feature author and a Partner Relations expert.

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