Carpe Diem Namaste, the Spiritual Way #4 keepers of the earth

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Carpe Diem Namaste, the Spiritual Way #4 keepers of the earth

Nature is the keeper of the earth – Namaste to the seasons

In Roman mythology, Vertumnus is the god of seasons, change and plant growth, as well as gardens and fruit trees. He could change his form at will; using this power, for more information.

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Photo Credit – Vertumnus and Pomona (1682–1683) by Luca Giordano

I’m with nature all the time, I hear and breath nature, I feel it and I sense nature all day long it keeps me at peace with my body.

Yes, nature is gorgeous, it can be cruel at times, but with positive thought’s you can come out on the right side of life.

Writing Tanka poetry keeps me whole as nature has to be the thought from a vision that you see, (the last two lines can take you where ever you like to finish the tanka) but the first three lines like Haiku  5 – 7 – 5 are syllable and is a vision you see.

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Photo Credit and information about the six ecological seasons.

Some calendars in south Asia use a six-season method where the number of seasons between summer and winter can number from one to three.

The dates are fixed at even intervals of months.

The six seasons are ascribed to two months each of the twelve months in the Hindu calendar. 

My tanka based on keepers of the earth

seasons come and go

hours of daylight disappear

in the wintertime

heaven appears in the night

spreading the cool earth with ice

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