Anu Sharma Pande
Petrichor - Poem by Anu Sharma Pande
Smell of first rain petrichor,
melting mud, godly chor.
Petri sprouting with green grass,
removing dysania of cattle n lass.
Numinous rain a boon for farmers
Gods giving birth to green armours.
Schadenfreude of mongers ending,
as farmers got their plough in tending.
Sunny day making birds stressed,
making them hide in deep desserts.
Petrichor removing the red hot evil,
Sprouting greens making life live.
Chor of gods removed schadenfreude,
Blessing numinously the poor and crude.
Waking up the dysaniacs to cool days,
Changing the evil to the lively.days.
Topic(s) of this poem: rain
Form: Prose Poem
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