Friday, November 19, 2021

Outcome of Rain

The day is quite Drizzy and breezy with cold 

Rains for the second consequent week 

Chills down to nerves, to seek warmth  

A cup of tea worked well at this point 

To pull out the numbness through its brew;  

The weather could not be the same for long 

Cheers before it is too warm or cold 

The rain washed away the hazards in the air 

Like a mountain breeze its refreshing to breathe 

Compensates the desire for travel to mountains;  

The street full of shed leaves from the raintree 

Resembles a glimpse of the fall season 

Like the tiny leaves, life spread with happiness 

And collecting it as a pile is a mounted joy.  

P.s I share below a short photo video of recent rain and flood captured from the balcony. 


Bill said...

Lovely poem, Jeevan. The video of the flooding is alarming. Hopefully the weather will improve.

Tom said...

...when it rains there it sure rains!

ashok said...

Nice feel of the rains and the weather in your words

eileeninmd said...

Hello Jeevan,

Wonderful poem. The flooding sound scary, I hope you and your family are safe.
Have a great day!

George said...

I really like your poem, as well as your photo and video. I hope the flooding did not cause too many problems.

Shilpa said...

Excellent poem and video . I also enjoyed the rain like you did though many around me dint like it . I found happiness in this rain and climate

carol l mckenna said...

Your words capture the monsoon feeling well ~ and fantastic video of the raging weather ~ hope you are doing well now ~ Namaste ~

Living in the moment,

A ShutterBug Explores.
aka (A Creative Harbor)

Nancy Chan said...

Lovely poem. I can imagine the warm feeling from the drinking of the hot tea in the cold weather. Last night we didn't even on the fan to sleep because it was cold after a heavy downpour. Yes, enjoy the nice cool weather before the weather gets hot again.

rudraprayaga said...

Mild rain is awesome, while wild rain is awful. A good read. Nice video. Enjoyed the plants and their rhythmical swaying.