Komorebi #AtoZChallenge #NaPoWriMo

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Lost in a world of my own,

While running to catch up with life,

I’m too busy to notice,

The beauty around me.

But today I walk along,

With the grass caressing my feet,

As the birds break into song,

As my eyes glimpse the blue sky.

The fragrance of the blooming flowers,

Carried by the gentle breeze,

Lifts my spirits,

And sets my mind at ease. 

The leaves move with the wind,

As if in a happy dance,

As the sunlight shines through,

With nature, I rekindle my romance.

Komorebi :  the sunlight shining through the leaves of trees, creating a sort of dance between the light and the leaves

Language : Japanese

I’m participating in the A to Z Challenge and the National Poetry Writing Month (NaPoWriMo) . I’m trying to weave poems around unusual words or words from other languages that are just beautiful.

9 responses to “Komorebi #AtoZChallenge #NaPoWriMo”

  1. Kalpana says:

    What a fabulous line – ‘the grass caressing my feet’. Such a pleasure to come to your blog.

  2. anupriya says:

    In our busy lives sometimes we do not realise that its just this smple to get ones spirits to lift up. Get closer to the nature. thats it.

  3. Roshan says:

    Such a lovely series. I hope you are considering making an ebook out of this when the challenge is done. It would be worth it.

  4. Unishta says:

    what a lovely word that was. It intrigued me which is why I clicked onto your link and was rewarded with an even more delightful poem!

  5. Namratha says:

    Ought to remember Komorebi! Beautiful meaning and a soothing poem

  6. Shilpa Gupte says:

    Such lovely words, Reema! Beautiful poetry!

  7. Komorebi is a very beautiful word and its meaning is so relatable. I often think the same when I go for walks in the morning. The world is so beautiful up there.

  8. I really loved the verse and the word too. I am enjoying this series, Reema.

  9. with nature I rekindle with romance! loved that line
    Beautiful post

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