This painting inspired and instilled me with some words of appreciation. The importance of little unnoticed things but having greater face value, if we connect with nature  then surely peace accompanies.

This painting just did not pop up as is it is but painted magnificently with the ink pouring from the heart of Miss Nandita Gupta  from the poetic periscope. She is definitely not the one to meddle with obsolete and trash talks, she is a student of science and a topper in her school right now.

Follow her blog she expertises in English poetry and Hindi too with the afflatus unmatched. A blog worthy to be followed.

Nandita Gupta

All thanks to her for letting me use her painting


The tree with life standing with evergreen  delight, 

Spreading out the Tenebrous branches 

Absorbing rays of quantized sunshine. 

Oft’n hit by storms and wild breeze 

Still furiously wavering its gleeful leaves. 

Gerrymandering down in the heart of the earth  

Meadering gallantly withering stubborn stones 

Sustaining and anchoring against the tempus blow 

Miniature were they, tiny little cute radicle, 

Now moving with great might and force. 

They stand in the darkness and light of fate, 

Acclimatizing with a great meek. 

An archetype of The Creations and a silent oracle. 

They were those who silently gave everything, 

Their enamored shade and fruits we plucked, 

Their twig we broke and insatiny we showed. 

Their silent cries remained unheard

Their sap that oozed out, 

With the pummeling axe,  bloodshed were carried out, 

Unseen by the eyes, when their barks were whipped out. 

Their stem teared unduly for the wood 

Their root uprooted bartering with anthropogenic sinister shade. 

They smiled and so does the nature, 

We befriended the masquerading mates, 

And silenced and aloof from the friend, 

Who once stood with lush green history, 

Neither demands nor complains. 

©Copyright reserved 

!ns¡ght 2017.


Published by AQUIB

the unsung poet..

86 thoughts on “Tree

      1. Spark spark ke chakkar me jal na jaye… Smajhi me safe always have fire 🔥 extinguisher nearby.. Safety first.. Apne gas cylinders ka knob band karke soye, etc. Etc..


      1. Aww.. magician of word. Thank you for appreciating, those words just came to my mind when I read your lovely poem. 🙂
        You too keep smiling and spread love. 🙂

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      2. Yeah will definitely spread love. Actually i dont smile because I have a sad face… I am not saying it myself but some people I know have said that to me ☹️☹️☹️.

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  1. Who cares what people say..! Smile just smile. No face is sad.. everyone have different face types. Yours too. So don’t care just smileee.. 🙂 Ab smile sidhi ho ya tedhi.. smile smile hoti hai.. kisi ke bhi face par ho.. kese bhi face par. Don’t worry about what people say. You are already making people smile with your words.. so you need to smile too. 🙂
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

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      1. Must say it’s rhythmic and full of positivity and charming your readers with the spell called ‘smile’. Waving my pen at you, ‘smile’, blue light emitting from and striking your head.

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      2. Your poem WATAN is awesome full of emotions filled with love of Land….I thought kabar and all and guessed a question that fell miserably wrong and in apt. Yes, you are right humans should not despise each other for different nation and tribes but appreciate each other. 😊😊

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      3. Koi baat nahi. I am Muslim so those words just come to me.
        I am glad you liked my views..! Happy ♥
        Thank you for reading the poem. 🙂

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      4. How can your valuable comments go in spam aquib? I moderate and approve comments before they appear on site. That’s why. I approved all your comments now. 🙂 sorry for the inconvenience caused

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