Lydia Correyo

Rain 'o' Rain - Poem by Lydia Correyo

Ah! Its raining Heavily Outside,
Cooling down this sprawling humid City;
Petrichor fills me with Bliss;
Condensed vapours forming beads of water drops,
Flowing down from paradise above;
Loving the pleasant aura;
Almost pleasing my senses;

Nevertheless! The inundation of Life’s Elixir (water) seems to be exasperating!
Turn to every direction I can espy the flooding water;
Causing havoc to the subtle mankind;
Oh dear Tefnut, The goddess of rain!
Your anointment in abundance seems to be catastrophic!
Protect our dwelling coz we are drowning!
Knackered people fumbling with their goods,
Wandering for warm and dry habitation;

How much I miss the essence of sunlight!
How much I miss those magnificent sunbeams!
How much I miss the pacific perspiration!
How much I miss the mild humidity!
Phew! Seated in my porch hoping and praying for this
Megalopolis to get back to its normalcy!

NOTE: captured my thoughts on the recent heavy rain in TamilNadu, Chennai (9 Nov 2015 - 16 Nov 2015)

Topic(s) of this poem: rain

Form: Prose Poem

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, November 21, 2015

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