Gokul Saravanan

Rookie (14 Feb 1994 / Chennai)

In Disguise.. - Poem by Gokul Saravanan

I've read about angels,
who relieve your misery and pain,
But never thought that,
It would be rain,
I've heard that they come down from heaven in the skies,
But they come in disguise,
Who would think that it is her...
the rain...

Showers from upon the skies,
Never come without a disguise,
She has a colorful smile,
called the rainbow,
She has a really bright face,
called the sun,
Her voice so strong,
like the thunders,
Her beauty so limitless,
like the skies,
But she wears a mask,
In disguise...

Never thought she'd be so cold,
until she hit my thoughts,
Only now i know this feeling,
called happiness,
Am staring at her hidden face,
Sitting by my window - such a good place,
I got older by a 100 days,
Looking at the smile on her face,
In disguise...

I tried to reach her mask,
By putting my hand through the window,
But it aint an easy task,
I was kissed by a black widow,
I was too much filled with joy,
to see her enjoy,
that the poison couldn't kill me,
I wanted to change my name into gravity,
so that she'll come down to me,
In disguise...

I was over-whelmed with glen,
That when i closed my eyes,
Flew into the skies,
to de-disguise,
Guess what?
It was rain herself!


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, December 15, 2009



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