Treasure Island

Arunesh Goswami

(20-Aug-1984 / India)

Let It Rain


Let it rain, let it rain
On the wintry withered earth
Let the rain take away the pain
From my weary heart
Happiness is not the gift of love
Neither is the pitiful pain
The bequest of love is nothing but love
Let it rain, let it rain
On the sleepy land, trees and flowers
Over my inspiring spirit
Let the rain clasp thy nature's
Rhythm, with my heart-beat;
Let it rain, let it rain
On my soul silent and still
Let the rain loose thy rein
On my emotions rousing
For in the rain I see you my love
O clasp me to your bosom
Let the rain take me to you my love
And bring me back my song.

Submitted: Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Edited: Thursday, November 15, 2012

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