Remya Sasindran

(22nd Oct 1982 / Nilambur, Kerala, India)

- Monsoons -


a lot more than
heavy drops
quenched soil
distant rumble
scented air
and pitter patter
got through this time

again

-


just the talk of
cloudy skies
and the drumming of rain
against window panes

and there

another shower
of his poetry
drenched my senses

-

on the other side
words
images
verses
painted a better picture
than the one
the skies so desperately
tried to paint
here.

Submitted: Sunday, January 11, 2009

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  • Sreelekha Premjit (1/22/2009 4:23:00 AM)

    The soaring creativity of the poet surpasses the natural beauty... that's an interesting line of thought.....my salutations to the poet whose poetry drenched you so. (Report) Reply

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