The Season I Like Most
Introduction: In Bangladesh, there appears a new season at an interval of every two months. Thus in an a’ year, we have six seasons in Bangladesh. They are the summer, the rainy season, the autumn, the late autumn, the winter and the spring. In the cycle of seasons, spring covers the months of Falgun and Chaitra. Of all the six seasons, I like spring most. It is called ‘the king of seasons’.
My favourite season :
My favourite season is spring. The spring comes with ease and comfort. It has neither the dampness, and humidity of the rainy season, nor the sweltering heat of the summer, nor the biting cold of the winter. The sky is blue. The southwest wind blows.
Description of the spring :
With the coming of this season, nature herself puts on a gay and lovely look. The charming scenes of new leaves captivate the eyes. Various kinds of flowers bloom in abundance. They make beauties to see. Their fragrance changes the atmosphere. Butterflies move from flower to flower. Their variegated wings make a sight for the eye. Bees come in swarms to gather honey. Their humming music fills the air. In fact, spring is the season of music and melody. The cuckoo hides in bushes and coos. The ‘you kotha Kaur draws the mind. Coming after the winter harvest, the spring brings for the farmers plenty and happiness. During this season people are generally free from want. Our poets are very much fond of the spring. The infinite variety of its charms had made them fly ‘on the wings of poesy‘. In fact, it makes everyone quite jolly and jovial.
Coming after the winter, the spring enchants the hearts of the people all at once. Though it consists of two months, its actual pleasure and spell last only for about three Weeks in Falgun. So when the summer follows, people bewail its hasty departure.