Searching Spring in Raindrops

Spring in raindrops

“Is the spring coming?” he said. “What is it like?”…
“It is the sun shining on the rain and the rain falling on the sunshine…”
― Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Secret Garden

It’s May. Right now California is a warm belle, wearing flower crowns, hosting art and music festivals, and showing off magnolias, poppies and apple blossoms.

Spring is the most beautiful season here. The valley, shores and hills are covered with flowers. Knowns. Unknowns. And with intricate details.

I clicked refraction of floral spring on one rainy afternoon last month. Actually I couldn’t stop looking at those raindrops to notice nature’s craftsmanship around us. I love a floral printed world and I love raindrops in Spring. 

Spring 2015

This post is inspired by the interpretations of the word intricate.

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This blog has been picked as one of the top 16 poetry blogs from India. I loved my morning more when I read my name on top of that list.

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Happy Weekend, friends!

Happy May!

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