chayamsu v r
Rain Song - Poem by chayamsu v r
roared in full-throated ease;
the vibrant blues
flung a lightning or two;
on the earth.
a crispy chill crept on to her,
and she shivered in ecstasy.
fragrance of a refreshed soil
softly spread in the sullen air.
at the moth-hour,
the winged termites will come
for the next day's crows and sparrows,
when a lonely sqyirrel
calls his mate,
and beat the rhythm
to the chirps of birdies.
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