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VERSE | SEASONS WHISPERER

Where are you going my little one 
With your hands full of summer flowers?
Why do you have that smile on your lips?
Why do your eyes shine like stars?

I’m coaxing with play the Summer away
She’s never ever happy to leave
She’ll pout and she’ll wallow, go all shades of yellow
She’ll moult in the throes of grief

But when I pick up her bloom-strewn dresses
And laughingly whisk them away
She follows along singing a song
And her sister takes up the reign

I’m the whisper of the breeze flowing in the trees
I’m the drops of morning dew
I’m the patter of rain on sun-kissed earth
I’m her fragrance as she breathes anew

I’m the usher of times, of blossoms and snow
I’m the forger of grand season farewells
I’m the music and cadence of the rhythm of life
I ring all its wistful and joyful bells.

VERSE | A FOND FAREWELL

For my beloved uncle, Maamaji who left our mortal world to continue on his spiritual journey 
May your path be bright
May your tread be light
May your spirit soar
To celestial heights.

May our dear departed welcome you
Into their blessed fold
As you journey onwards
Beyond our mortal world.

May you heal, may you renew
May you flourish may you thrive
may you walk with the angels
In eternal paradise.