Rajendran Muthiah

Gold Star - 15,308 Points (16.03.1950)

Forty Quatrains On Rainy Season [5 - 8] - Poem by Rajendran Muthiah

5.O, heroine with black dyed arrow-like eyes!
As ruby flowers scattered, the insects crawl in forest lands.
The neighbours will mock her if her hero fails to come.
Knowing this he'll certainly come back.

6.O, you with dry, tender mango split-like eyes!
Don't worry for your leaned shoulders as your hero is far away.
It seems that the thundering clouds in the rainy season predict
that your hero will come soon without making delay.
7.O, you heroine looking dull! To help the seekers, crush the foes
and to earn wealth for settling down, the hero has gone off.
Like the eternal ritual fire, lightning flashes in all the sides.
So your hero will come back soon.
8.O, you heroine with feminine charms! Your hero has gone
to seek eternal renown and wealth in this earthen world.
Like the dried eye-liners, the dry Kayam plants, the sharp buds
and the blooming forests will fetch our hero soon.

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 1, 2017



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