Soumita Sarkar Ray

Freshman - 1,290 Points (Kolkata)

Ethereal Touch


It’s raining
It is enrapturing rain
Raining incessantly
Coupled with lightening
Like liquid light pouring
From the crest of cloud

It’s raining
It is enthusing rain
The dark sky is roaring
Now and then flashing
Its teeth that seem to be hanging
From the dome above

It’s raining
It is energizing rain
The turbulent wind is blowing
Like a storm when charging
Mighty objects it is carrying
Those were once rooted.

It’s raining
It is enticing rain
The tinkle of water drops
Chastens the gloomy monologue
Spreading a coolness that is harmonious
Awakens the heart that is dazed and anxious

It’s raining
It is encroaching rain
Nature in its intuitive embodiment
Steals the unspoken burden of a soul
Come, embrace this ethereal entrapment
To bring the tangled life again under control

Submitted: Sunday, June 16, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 30, 2013
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Nature heals........

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