Evening walk: Fruits and monkeys

Evening walk: Fruits and monkeys Fruits, fruits, all wrapped-up bin grilled to prevent stealing by the swinging apes! This Haiku tells of an evening walk, the fruit trees along the way and the monkeys who come down from the hills. Development has destroyed some of their habitats.

Evening walk: Raining flowers

Evening walk: Raining flowers Spiralling rain of Tecoma flowers from trees purplish carpet formed. This Haiku tells of the pleasant experience during an evening walk. It is walking through the rain of spiraling Tecoma flowers. They form a bed of flowers on the ground.

Evening walk: In the harsh nothingness, they grow

Evening walk: In the harsh nothingness, they grow As I set out to walk in the evenings, I notice a particular leafy plant. And I was so amazed to find a few of these plants growing on top on zinc ceiling sheets- no soil at all! That would mean no nutrient? Just rain water andContinue reading “Evening walk: In the harsh nothingness, they grow”

Evening walk: the Dragon Backbone

Evening walk-the Dragon Backbone During my evening walk, one can see in the horizon, the rugged and long, protruding ridge surrounding the valley of greeneries and houses. And this magical hilly formation is called the Klang Gates Quartz Ridge. Known to be the longest quartz formation in the world, it stretches more than 14km longContinue reading “Evening walk: the Dragon Backbone”

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