Sk. Nurul Huda

Gold Star - 15,063 Points (Debipur, Memari, Burdwan, West Bengal, India)

Monsoon Song - Poem by Sk. Nurul Huda

Hail the season of raining
A season of green gaining,
Gain your health, your mind
Be good, tender and also kind.

Behold the new green grass
Start just after morning brush,
Walk on the muddy road white
Sacred your feet with it, get might.

Bath with the tress under the sky open
So from the idle window jump like a hen,
Say, rain rain drop thick drop everywhere
Kill the dry days, the devil days of summer.

When the soil is sprouting, trees are dancing
How are you at home only with wealth's fancying?

Copy right @ S.Nurul for 'Songs of 26'.

Topic(s) of this poem: nature, nature walks, rain

Form: Sonnet

Comments about Monsoon Song by Sk. Nurul Huda

  • Kumarmani MahakulKumarmani Mahakul (6/24/2017 6:27:00 AM)

    Yes, after summer this rainy season comes. This recovers us from hotness. We hail this season. Gaining health and good mind becomes our main motive. Nature beholds new grass. Trees dance in happiness in wet soil. Very nice and pleasing poem is composed and shared here is excellent poem on nature...10 (Report)Reply

    B.m. BiswasB.m. Biswas(6/26/2017 9:26:00 AM)

    Thank you so much sir...... Your appreciation is a wealth to me if I consider my poem such.... Wish you a happy life.....

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  • Tom Allport (6/17/2017 7:25:00 AM)

    a poem that is full of joyous excitement with the coming of the life giving and cleansing rain? ...........wonderfully written (Report)Reply

    B.m. BiswasB.m. Biswas(6/18/2017 8:57:00 PM)

    Thank you very much for reading and evaluating.... I am really pleased with you.

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  • Susan WilliamsSusan Williams (6/13/2017 4:52:00 PM)

    Say, rain rain drop thick drop everywhere
    Kill the dry days, the devil days of summer.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Yes! ! ! ! And so spot on with the descriptive drt days, the devil days of summer. We get excited here when the sky spits some rain- -we think we are going to get the cooling effects of a windy wet storm- - ha! we no sooner notice the few drops of rain than it stops and the tiny dark cloud rows away and we stand there thinking about standing un the bathroom shower for a few hours! Well-done, my friend! Darn those devil days of summer.!

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  • Bri EdwardsBri Edwards (6/13/2017 3:22:00 PM)

    Nurul asked me for my opinion on this poem as a sonnet. BUT i am not a sonnet expert, so i give some definitions i found online: [i do not write sonnets]


    'From the Italian sonetto, which means “a little sound or song, ' the sonnet is a popular classical form that has compelled poets for centuries. Traditionally, the sonnet is a fourteen-line poem written in iambic pentameter, which employ one of several rhyme schemes and adhere to a tightly structured thematic organization. Two sonnet forms provide the models from which all other sonnets are formed: the Petrarchan and the Shakespearean.'

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    i don't understand the use of brush (teeth?) or sacred.

    i have to do something else NOW, or i'll get in trouble with my mate. ha! !

    i hope i remember to return here. remind me, please.

    bri :)

    i·am·bic pen·tam·e·ter
    noun: iambic pentameter; plural noun: iambic pentameters

    iambic pentameter: a line of verse with five metrical feet, each consisting of one short (or unstressed) syllable followed by one long (or stressed) syllable, for example Two households, both alike in dignity.

    well, it DOES have 14 lines. ok.

    it does NOT seem (to me) to follow the 'rule' of five metrical feet (ten syllables) with appropriately-stressed syllables.

    i did NOT research the rhyme schemes suggested for sonnet form.

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 10, 2017

Poem Edited: Sunday, June 18, 2017

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