Kumarmani Mahakul
Gandam, Dist-Deogarh, Odisha, INDIA
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Oh Monsoon You Rain

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Why are you having less rain?
This gives farmers sure pain
How crops will be grown tell?
Oh monsoon water drops bell.

If you will rain wise is nice,
We shall adore you sky thrice.
Slice of food all should get
Correctly wisdom soon you set.

Without water how can we stay,
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Sunday, September 27, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: lifestyle,rain,life
This poem is based on thought of monsoon and rain. Due to slow movement of monsoon we get less rain and farmers become worried. In this case poet requests monsoon to come and rain properly so we can get water sufficiently for living and cropping. Without water life can never sustain. This is the them, e of this poem. This is written in Deogarh, Odisha, India and d dedicated to the people of the world.
Akhtar Jawad 09 October 2015

Importance of rains in countries where irrigation mostly depends on rains has been nicely painted.

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Jayatissa K. Liyanage 28 September 2015

A heartfelt thinking of an emotional character.

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Sanjukta Nag 28 September 2015

A heart touching invokation towards monsoon. many thanks..10

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Dogma Daniman 11 October 2020

Monsoon will rain at due time. We still urge monsoon to favour us. This poem is nice.

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Edward Kofi Louis 11 October 2020

Farmers! ! ! ! ! Waiting for the rain! Thanks for sharing this poem with us.

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Kalpana Barik 10 October 2020

When monsoon comes rain comes. I love to watch monsoon and rain. This poem is beautiful.

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Pushpendra Patel 05 March 2019

I rainy season we see monsoon comes and does rain. This is an interesting poem shared here.

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Terry Craddock 20 November 2015

If I ever get to India I would like to sit in the Monsoon for awhile to drink in the experience, as I again live on the coast below mountains with the Tasman Sea facing us and rain often crossing the Pacific or coming up from the Antarctic we do not experience drought or very rarely and briefly, but rain is magical here at night on the iron roofs of so many kiwi houses in this town.

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