Wednesday, 20 September 2017

there is a cool wind and soft lullaby...


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yesterday noon’s rain stubbornly hanged to the atmosphere;
what if it is in pain, persistently erasing things from memoir?


yesterday morning the streets were busy; people going, coming;
behind the doors and windows, are they soothing bruises; bathing?

was it not storms, hunger, calamities, fear and doubts of existence
that named, implied, devised and marginalized hope with godliness?

yesterday noon’s rain stubbornly hanged to the atmosphere and
wasn’t it tranquillity that breezed through families staying inside?

 now at night even the rain got tired and ended with soft lullaby,
isn’t this lullaby, the embracing cool wind that sends warmth inside
that every single soul on earth dreaming, chasing, desiring?

if there is something more precious will you just poke me,
for I am going to sleep with rain’s lullaby, and teach me that secret?



After long hours of rain and wind, it is so cool, calm and soothing, so writing something in haste to go and sleep under a warm blanket; is it something so irresponsible?

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19 comments:

  1. Rain's lullaby, that's peaceful I agree. :)

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  2. Going to sleep with rain's lullaby -- what a peaceful way to end a day.

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  3. Love it..... For me evokes memories of getting out of the rain and under a poncho to sleep, a truly magnificent feeling.

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  4. I love the going to sleep with rain's lullaby...so peaceful.

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  5. Love the way you have weaved the relief of rain into your questions... how great to get a lullaby like that.

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  6. Nature has every solution for us .

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  7. "rain got tired and ended with soft lullaby" Love this I can feel the soothing peace of the rain

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  8. I liked this line: "if there is something more precious will you just poke me"

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  9. A wonderful conversational tone to this eloquently sketched slice-of-life that ends so cozily and peacefully.

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  10. Oh, I will not wake you from this excellent shared lullaby. Marvelous!

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  11. The rain... Very imaginative. Wonderfully woven.

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  12. I love the rain's lullaby too. So soothing and peaceful. Some lovely lines here Sreeja....

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  13. ...and in the soothing sleep of rain's lullaby, perhaps all your questions will be answered. Perhaps, just perhaps.

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  14. A rain's lullaby will always be mesmerizing having the pitter patter coupled with the coolness of the day all in one!

    Hank

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  15. I love that rain's lullaby specially at night...very soothing!

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  16. Finally managed to get out of the Chinese firewall and catch up on the Blogspot posts. Truly grateful to soak myself in the unfeigned peacefulness of your poem.

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  17. The lullaby of rain....this is definitely the most comforting of rains..like a soft down comforter. Sadly, in hurricanes of late, that rain is pounding...such a heavy march that it weighs down the blanket to smother those beneath it. But yes....I much prefer your lullaby of rain. :)

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  18. Rain is always mesmerising. You have portrayed it in a lovely way.

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