And what a life this ageless tree hasWaiting for the snow to freeze it’s exteriorAwaiting the blazing sun to nourish it’s swaying leavesWaiting for the trekkers for solitary picturesAnd ultimately waiting for death for decades. Picture taken in 2018, please travel responsibly and safely.
I was standing on the slanting edge of the Nag Tibba peak when this picture was taken. The twists & turns while scaling this particular peak were too many, pretty much like the ones we are facing now.You see, I was able to reach the top despite a resounding back pain, pain heavy legs and…
Your cheerful pinksAnd playful winksSoothe my jaded soulPacifying this broken heart So come here, come near meAnd bring with yourself those colours you flaunt. Taken from my poem “Colours of life” on gluttonyguilts.com.
The vibrancy sneeking in through the gap between the trees and illuminating the snow patches and the dry pine leaves on a winding trek.
I climb the mountains alone Unknowingly reminiscing your teachings I lose myself in their beauty The way you relished them
And what a trek 🏞️🗻🏔️ will it be if the mighty conifers 🌲 are not there to sooth us in their shade?