A Fanciful Rainy Moment
The rain stopped
Lonely I was walking along the road,
A sudden gust hit the trees
And I was fully soaked.
I was so happy,
It seemed to me that
Young girls were dancing around me
And spreading rain water merrily.
I was enjoying
The icy cold touch of the rain water,
But feeling a bit hot inside,
Coz by the touch of water drops
It was as if young girls were
Kissing my whole body,
And I was embressing them fancifully.
Suddenly my fanciful dream
Came to an end
With the thunder bolt,
And I saw
It was not girls but
Accumulated rain drops of leaves
Fell upon me.
Merry moments are transitory
But scratches a deep clear mark in mind
I will not forget the moment ever
And the merriment equals to
All my miseries.
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