Thursday, 20 December 2012

Discovery







This afternoon I discovered that you can see your own reflection in a rain drop






2 comments:

  1. What a pretty discovery! Oh how many people would simply ignore raindrops on leaves---but you who has a very tender, poem-fied and nature-filled heart take great joy in these little great things! :)

    It may be that raindrops are nature's "eyes."

    I feel sad whenever I hear stories where a lover lose enthusiasm to his beloved when she started becoming less beautiful..

    But if nature is the beloved, nature will never forsake the heart that loves her. Her eyes (the raindrops on leaves) would always see us the way we see the color in the eyes of old people: though old people's faces have wrinkles and appear very grumpy, the color of their eyes retain the color it had when they were still youths. And so nature sees us in the same way: despite the passage of time, the dewdrops in the leaves would always see in us the vibrant youthful love we feel for her! :)

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  2. What a pretty discovery! Oh how many people would simply ignore raindrops on leaves---but you who has a very tender, poem-fied and nature-filled heart take great joy in these little great things! :)

    It may be that raindrops are nature's "eyes."

    I feel sad whenever I hear stories where a lover lose enthusiasm to his beloved when she started becoming less beautiful..

    But if nature is the beloved, nature will never forsake the heart that loves her. Her eyes (the raindrops on leaves) would always see us the way we see the color in the eyes of old people: though old people's faces have wrinkles and appear very grumpy, the color of their eyes retain the color it had when they were still youths. And so nature sees us in the same way: despite the passage of time, the dewdrops in the leaves would always see in us the vibrant youthful love we feel for her! :)

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