Rain - Poem by vavroovahana patra
Untimely Rain provides displeasure;
Uneasy feel the creature.
Blossoms, flowers do not smile gleefully;
People do not function duty enthusiastically.
Haze covers the Earth;
Creatures live without mirth.
Chilly breeze brings plight;
Devotees smiles without delight.
Cloudy weather destroys vernal beauty;
All desire touch of sun ray with gaiety.
Nature is displeased with activities of creatures;
She hesitates to satisfy their desires.
Vines becomes sensitive in such a weather;
Pains creatures through fever.
Sun ray brings pleasure;
Contents all the creatures.
Flowers smile delightfully with sun’s ray;
In all creatures plays waves of gay.
People enchant delightfully;
Plants smile gaudily.
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