THE MELODIOUS RAIN

Everytime I gaze upon this endless sphere,
I see this white dust floating in the air,
Innocent at face they smile in sunlight,
But when the brothers meet, they make the day night,
A black sea over my head floating up high,
Then dropping the watery moments of joy,
Chitter chatter splitter splatter,
Every tiny sound opens a fresh chapter,
Cold breeze buzzing in my ear,
With streamline songs so melodious to hear,
Nourishing the green with vanishing pain,
Growing the weed into an edible grain,
Fooled by glass in the window pane,
Making me sigh, the melodious rain.

The waves of words coming time to time,
Writing a poem with beautiful rhyme,
Singing a chorus of GOD’s own voice,
Sweeping the dust with elemental rejoice,
Filling the drains that are already full,
Draining the minds against the pull,
Little angels from sky to tell a tale,
With voice even sweeter than a nightingale,
Same but different, different but same,
Each splatter yells out a different name,
One yet many, many yet one,
They never fear even the Sun,
Fall and inspire, they rise again,
Teaches me LOVE, the melodious rain….!!!

4 thoughts on “THE MELODIOUS RAIN

  1. Lovely!! i simply love rains!! it fills me with new energy-an energy to live, to rejoice, to enjoy life on my own terms.. i just loved these lines-
    “Same but different, different but same,
    Each splatter yells out a different name,
    One yet many, many yet one,
    They never fear even the Sun,”

  2. How joyously your poem describes the rain. I love the rain over the floresta cooling the air, refreshing the flowers, promising new life to all. Your poem is lovely and I look forward to reading more of your work. Hugs, pat

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