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sarojini pattayat

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Rain amid the spring


The sky was gloomy,

Cool wind sharing the tale

Of the day,

Trees were naked without leafs

I was feeling dryness inside

somewhere in my passionate heart;

Like any woman of this world

looking at the nature's cruelty,

destroying something for welcoming new.

In the television news the news reader

announced

about the approaching rain

I felt further greenish

hope within a month one or two

nature will smile with her all hue.

Now,

from the early morning

it is raining

the trees are now clean and beautiful

no dust, no sorrows;

Smell of the wet soil

in whole atmosphere

creating a feeling of love,

And, I'm longing for your presence

to share with you

the joyous moment

of this unexpected

rain amid the spring;

I want to show you

how nature try to

paint joy every where

in soil, in the sky

inside the heart,

how she bring soft feelings

of life forgetting

sorrows, and

creates a world of dream.


by sarojini pattayat 02/17/2013

Submitted: Saturday, February 16, 2013

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