Psalm of the Nature
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The quarrelled Queens of of modern bees,
Upon their nectarine hives are hung and frozen,
Weaving their ballads into far-off breeze
Till the hilarious hut by the heaven’s hills ad horizon :
Ants have torn the big part of earth apart,
The breezy feathers of brief butterflies
Have dug the young roses’ heart
To witness in which part their tasty food lies.
The larks wear on their sounds of sweetness –
To praise the mingling angels and their lusty looks,
The deer and does from freshest meadow’s space
Have taken the dews from the gentle brooks;
Earth is such a smooth table of holy hum,
Where righteous and refined rhythm
Of every creature is come :
These are charming to ever hear upon –
This earth’s undying plasma, this earth’s undying song.
Pabith Man Rai
Country : Bhutan
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