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For Awe

Nature’s Vibes

Change with the seasons of time

“Nature’s Vibes” |© Design by Kiran Kumar

Nature’s vibes
change with the seasons of time.
From spring to winter,
new sounds ring out.
Pitter-patter of raindrops
falling in April showers,
the twittering of birds
sitting in leaf-covered trees,
the rustling of crisp autumn leaves
in the cooler months of fall,
the creaking of icicles
hanging from snow-covered roofs.
What beautiful sounds.
We only get to hear it if we
fall silent




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