Visit to countryside are always amazing experiences. We get to connect with nature, farms, the greens and the blues, places free of pollution.
Last week I went to my native place in countryside. Away from busy streets and concrete jungles, felt like I had finally Escaped. For the entire week I was into music and writing. I wrote many stories and ballads. Will share with y’all soon
To be honest I initially had plans for these holidays. I had decided to complete some portions from the school syllabus, a bit of accountancy and math. But then I left it and did nothing. I knew that when I go back to the city I’ll have to spend sleepless nights studying or will have to start the day quite early for an entire week as my portions were far behind and it was hard to cope up with the classes.
But still, I decided to live these days. To embrace every moment of this week. I come to my native place quite less…around once in 2-3 years. Every year there are may changes. Infrastructural work and development is changing the images of these places.
The train journey was great. Beautiful lakes, rivers, valleys and jungles. There wasn’t a minuet my eyes went away from the window.
I visited my aunt during these days. I was amazed to see such a beautiful organic garden at her home. Various fruits, veggies and different flowering plants as well! She said she’ll plant many others next week. It was great roaming around there, just talking to every leaf as my fingers thoughtlessly moved over them, a strange connection mingled us, gave a sense of pleasure and never-ending peace.
I was delighted
My senses rejuvenated
Brain waves were summoned
And my thoughts long forgotten
I was mingled with
Serene smell and dust
Like a winged happy creature
Flying high above the crust..
Here are some pictures..
If you ever get a chance to visit such place then just get into it. Forget the city, duties, office and work for a while. That feeling is amazing. You are going to love the essence of being you. Till then, keep smilin’ and let the positivity be alive cause there’s always something to be grateful for! Take care dear readers.. 🙂