Sharing some pictures from my visit to Tal Chhapar Wildlife Sanctuary, Churu district, Rajasthan.
Sharing some pictures from my recent visit to Nagaland, a state in India.
Picture Courtesy: Fleur Treurniet via Unsplash
Picture Prompt for Three Line Tales – Courtesy: Sonya
“I have changed form after form for millennials together:
Following signage after another, hunting treasures in search of the mystical experience(s).
Here I stand, tired, worn out again and within me I carry the same lingering thought(‘Unicorn this way’), alluring me to start the search again..”
Over the sand-dunes
That I walk upon,
My footprints are getting lost
Or, erased by the winds of time.
The pain of Deciduous, with the winter setting in, was growing deep. This was its first winter since it stepped into adulthood. It had been shedding cherries, flowers, and leaves, here and there, all through its adolescence and in a way has been aware of their seasonal departure. This winter, however, it was losing them at a tremendous rate and volume, so it thought. It didn’t know what was wrong but was certain that something was. It had been nourishing its kin too well. It spread its roots into every possible inch of the rock and far into the soil to pull water and food for all its beloved. So much and more only to find them part this way.