My Backyard


Poetry Type: Quatrain


The place where rain drizzles to blend with the tree

And gives birth to beautiful,cheery flowers with a glee,

Rainbow makes visit to bless the newborn flowers

And it bends to kiss the flowers using it’s mighty powers.


The place where sun and moon plays hide and seek

They never embrace me,from my window I used to peek,

Active birds and hasty clouds tampers their play

Winds  being  a passionate spectators,droves them away.


The place where peacocks exhibits its plumage

And peahens flirts peacocks for a bondage.

A shower of continual rain endows a small pond

Seldom birds stays here as guests from oceans beyond.


The place where I wish to stay,my another world,

The place  far away from the world where I was hurled,

Which gives me a new loaf of life,after escaping from that graveyard

And living without disturbing the nature,well,this is my backyard !


-Sudharsana Srinivasan

14 responses »

  1. arjun bagga says:

    Beautiful…child-like innocence in your eyes have inspired heart-felt words of compassion for your neighborhood,


  2. annetbell says:

    Another Indian engineer with poetry in your heart! thanks for the like……namaste. . . .Anne


  3. Beautiful write 🙂


  4. Praveena says:

    Well written..Sun and moon hide and seek,Rainbow’s visiting new born flowers,peahens flirt with peacock..Like all those lines.Beautiful backyard 🙂


  5. Hi…I feel really honored to nominate your blog for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. If you’d like to accept this award, please visit think link for more details:-



    • sudharsan says:

      thanks!! I appreciate that… 🙂 I really don’t know whether I deserved it. I am still making mistakes;but, learning a lot. So,this is an added responsibility,a challenge for me. Hope, I produce more inspiring posts in future without bringing disgrace to this award. Thanks for considering me for this nomination!!


  6. gokoulane says:

    “Rainbow makes visit to bless the newborn flowers

    And it bends to kiss the flowers using it’s mighty powers.” like those words, good one 🙂


  7. So nice! It is a paradise for birds!


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