A tiny sapling that sprang out for the last day's rain with a dusky green colour, waving hither and thither with the breeze,tilted its tiny head to ask me:Hey beautiful,shall I reside in your haven? Flabbergasted and startled and hesitant, I gave the little space it needed, with a promise not to tug it away. Merrily she advanced, swore to make my lone mind gay. Morning, noon and evening she welcomed me to her heaven.
A heap of mud, handful of water and shaded light I poured my love, hiding though spake as if I don't care for her existence yet going rounds with her, talking and laughing. Rained further and I wake up to see her tilting her neck and hands to stretch out to another friend short and handsome . Waved at me again to ask for enough space for her comrade. Hurt and forlorn, I smiled at them wishing them a grand good life together right in front of my eyes.