Thursday, July 07, 2011

Silence of rain

O mother
How lovely and pleasant the weather is today
It’s calling me
Please allow me
To go out in the garden.

Where
Peacock is dancing
Flowers are smiling with
Their refreshed cheerful faces
Plants and trees are creating
A whistling sounds
With their extreme beauty
Every life on earth is
Dancing to the rhythm of
Rain’s sweet music
So why not me?
Mother please allow me to go
Out in the garden

Though the thunder
Of the clouds and lightening bolts 
Are frightening
But the peace of rain’s music
Is superb
and its overlapping the
Hammering sound of clouds
make it less frightening.

I also want to dance
To rain’s music
Want to float paper boats
In the small pond of our garden
Want to chase the jumping frogs
Want to join the orchestra of
Rain’s music
Tree’s whistling
Peacock’s and flower’s dance
And cloud’s hammering
Lightening sounds.
So please allow me to
Go out in the garden
Mother
O my sweetest mother
Please allow me……
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Poetess----Neha shefali



9 comments:

  1. I had to be really still to listen to the rain...I just loved how she described everything in every sense... bella poesia :)

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  2. Nice expressions in powerful words....
    Poonam

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  3. Dearest Hemant,

    Lovely poem by Neha! Love also the photo of your cute daughters.
    We had two happy evenings of pre-marriage celebrations for the son of our Indian friends. Great Gujarat food and traditional dance. It was for both of us like being back in India!
    Have a lovely weekend and kindest regards,

    Mariette

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  4. Neha expressed herself so well in that poem. Well done Neha. you hav e described the rain, nature an d the longing of your heart to be allowed to go out and experience the joy of the season.

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  5. Sorry, I forget to write my name under the comment above.

    Amrita

    www.yesygarden.blogspot.com

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  6. Very beautiful poem with lovely expression.

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  7. Beautiful Poem beautiful daughter...May God Bless her always. Crystal Mary, Australia

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