KAVIN CHARALAN


AN EVENING POEM


I Stepped out of my home
On one hot day in pursuit of cool air
I saw the crimson red in western sky
And yellow shine of evening sun
But mercury with heat was winning the day
Suddenly gathered some dark clouds
Followed by a Rainbow with its colorful glow
And there was a surprise smart shower
It filled my shoulder with cool water
As if my friends together put their hands on my shoulder
I drenched in rain from head to toe
Shower suddenly stopped as it came
Yellow shine Rainbow's momentary fine
And visiting rain all gone one by one
There was coolness in the air beauty in the sky
And evening sun was bidding adieu with its last ray
I thanked Mother Nature for writing
An Evening Poem in my Heart

Submitted: Tuesday, January 24, 2012

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  • Wahab Abdul (1/24/2012 7:23:00 AM)

    this is a very good poem..i like it...i enjoyed it to..keep it up...top marks.10====++++
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