Personified Impermanence

The God’s of the elements wrap and uncurl essences of their perfume.
The guardian angels of the planet, they leave their imprints wherever they go.
Concluding we know the natural wonders and phenomena revealing and concealing themselves, we concretely assume.
When the clouds’ burden becomes too much, water returns to Earth, to nourish the parched land
Gaia howls for saturated satiated liquids to rejuvenate her personified body
To create floods and landslides to punish humanity for destroying Mother Nature
Beyond comprehension lovingly waiting patiently for a new age of cleansing and renewal
Ushering in a new era, to be build up from scratch
Gritting the teeth of the angels of the heavens, human turmoil splashes chaos before the order dawns
At long last, nature prevails and order restores much-needed balance to a world that was once more spiraling out of control
Coalescing into order to dissolve into the cosmic disorder in temporary cycles of impermanence.

This poem was written in collaboration with the lovely Amber from DiosRaw. Do stop by her blog and check out her work! This is my first collaboration and I really enjoyed it.

Image courtesy: 50 Epic Space Images

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53 thoughts on “Personified Impermanence

    1. I seem to be obsessed with Nature these days. I hope that it makes at least some difference! Thank you so much, Sadje. I’m so happy to hear that and I’m sure Amber will be too ❀️πŸ₯°

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  1. Wow, what an amazing effort for just your first collaboration. Congratulations to you and Amber! I love poetry dedicated to showcasing the majesty and beauty of nature. And I loved the image you created of burdened clouds releasing water – like a shower to replenish the skin of Mother Nature.

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    1. Thank you so much, Simone. I’m super happy and excited to hear that. Nature is beautiful and she never fails to inspire me with her beauty and miracles. I’m glad you loved the imagery. Thanks a lot for your kind words πŸ€—πŸ™‚

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  2. lovely collaboration to Shweta and Amberβ£οΈπŸ‘πŸ‘
    Love the essence of the poem and this line:
    “Gritting the teeth of the angels of the heavens, human turmoil splashes chaos before the order dawn”. πŸ’–

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