nature on her own

HH 8.6.14

Sharmishtha Basu

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10 thoughts on “nature on her own

  1. Hi Sharmishtha my dear friend. Lovely haiku and it is so true with the growing population there is not a single spot without human dwelling. Nature looks so beautiful alone in its splendor. Sorry my friend I was occupied and could not answer anyone and could not comment or put a like on any post. Thanks a million for missing me as I have missed you very much. Things are fine and I am coming back to my blog. Nice to talk to you. We’ll be talking to each other regularly now. Take care and God bless my friend.

  2. That must be a rare thing in India, even with how big it is. In Canada, it can be a common thing in the right areas. If I walked ten minutes to the edge of town when I grew up in Newfoundland, I could have walked for a week at least without seeing another human being.

    • you are soooooooooooooo lucky!
      I wonder if any place in India is that free from human beings barring some spots high in himalayas may be, where the condition (natural) are totally hostile to human beings. 😦

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