She’s merely a guest,
Whispered the pensive mirror,
At her gazing self.
She adorns like summer’s bloom,
And droops on autumn’s threshold.


My Beautiful Season

Brilliant amber,
Streaming through sheltering boughs,
Delight dance of specks.

Pirouetting around,
The vibrant hue of colours,
A picturesque sight.

Such pure pristine white,
Elegant swaying snowflakes,
Haunting the senses.

Clouds dispersed above,
Lush bloom of sweet daffodils,
Scented growth in air.

Seasons merged in one,
Capturing all the beauty,
You conquered my heart.