The Five Elements (An anthology of poems)

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Hello, My blogging family,

Lately, I have been thinking of starting my next anthology of poems but couldn’t find a suitable theme to work on. After a lot of thinking and tossing my ideas around, I finally thought, why not to do an anthology on something which is omnipresent, which every single human is composed of, namely, the five elements present in nature.

As per our ancient culture, there are basically five elements present in nature.The five elements are Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Ether, ether meaning the sky or space.

Each of them holds a significance in our lives. Not only it comprises the universe but also the human body. As the saying goes, “from dust to dust…”, these elements not only make us up but also are returned to nature once we are dead.

So for the next five days, I’ll be publishing one single post for each of these five elements namely Earth, Water, Air, Fire and Space/Sky.

I’ll keep updating the link below as I keep publishing them.

  1. Fire
  2. Water
  3. Air
  4. Space
  5. Earth

Since I have got so much of love and appreciation from my blogging community about my first anthology based on the Seven Deadly Sins. I’m again hoping to fulfill the expectation of my ever generous community.

I would really love and appreciate if you can give me your feedback in form of likes, comments etc.

Happy Blogging!!

Megha

Picture credit: Pinterest

P.S Below are the links to previous anthologies I have attempted. Take a look.

Seven Deadly Sins

Lifecycle of a poem

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