Personal Thoughts, Thoughts recollected in Tranquility

Rain

I could feel the rain coming down on me

Making me pace for the tree in the dark

There I saw some birds chirping, trying to hide they were too

Frogs boasted of the impending rain and

How it’s going to quench their thirst

The crickets cutting through grasses mowing my lawn

I stood there for a while listening to the

Orchestra of the birds, frogs, crickets and

Waited for the rain to sing and give life to the music

The first drop of rain that fell on me

Tasted much like the honey,

Maybe it’s the music that did that to them

They applauded the rains arrival with much sound and grace

The winds kept their poise, okay they danced a few times

The sky never lifted her veil but I knew she was blushing

On seeing what the rain did to the land

She did blush when she lifted her veil

And she spread her warmth all around

I walked through the puddles and rocks

And through the grass into the house,

Took a few more steps and turned around

Only to see a trail of footprints with mud

They smelled of land and rain and

They made me smile !

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92 thoughts on “Rain”

  1. I just read this twice slowly. Yes rain does bring our sense to a new high point depending on how fast the drops are falling. I would love to taste a honey drop of rain. ummmmmm !!! Thank you my good friend Adithya !!

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  2. The first drop of rain that fell on me
    Tasted much like the honey,

    These lines really alluring me to read your poem again & again
    On each read I get more & more ideas.
    I think you had applied some wizardry on this poem .
    GREAT post
    Keep sharing ๐Ÿ’™
    ( & Nice gravatar ๐Ÿ˜‰)

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