DP Daily Prompt: Bookworms Post by Ranu

Nigerian farmers working in field in Middle Belt

Nigerian farmers working in field in Middle Belt (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The word I found is ‘Nature’.I did a Google image  search of the word. This is what the image is. I am looking at it.On the ground is a large piece of land.The place is quiet,there is no movement on the field.I am imagining it to be a farmland,the farmers have left after planting the crops.The division of the field into rows gives the impression.

In the background there are many large trees, in between there is a path,perhaps it is where the houses of the farmers are located. Up above there are clouds moving in warning everyone the rain is about to fall,the farmers should take cover.

It must be a welcome sight for the people,the fields are dry,water is needed to enliven the field.

Soon nature will make everything green and lively,the plants will grow,the farmers will flock to the fields to harvest the crops.They will collect their produce and keep some for themselves and sell the rest.

Then they all will have ‘Thanksgiving’ dinner . They will sit around and make plans for next year’s crop.

3 thoughts on “DP Daily Prompt: Bookworms Post by Ranu

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Thank you for this post. I like it, as you paint so wonderfully with these words this peaceful landscape.

    All good wishes,

    robert

    • Thank you Robert,I realized this morning I have completed the fasting days,now I can have my morning tea
      and toast and write the daily post.I am glad you like it.I wasn’t sure how much I can contribute,but did it anyway.
      Regards,
      Ranu

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