Mother Nature’s Symphony

By FayeAlexandraRose

The lights switched off; life paused
the world as we once knew it
melted into nothingness,
commutes became a chorus of birds
singing a melody of tranquillity
as no cars and horns interrupted their symphonies,
sunshine shone like a beacon of light
to illuminate life blossoming without our commotion.
Look, she says, we can thrive again,
I am fixing all that was broken.

FayeAlexandraRose is currently a third-year student at University of Worcester studying English Literature and Creative Writing. She has work published in TheDrabble and Mookychick and can be found at:

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