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Yashomitra Rath

Abstract


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Yashomitra Rath

Abstract


The Post Monsoon Sun

The Post Monsoon Sun

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Amidst the dark and gloomy clouds,

Lay a spark of light.

Slowly crumbling up the shroud,

the Sun finally came in sight.


Soft shadows sprang up,

As the Sun shined shyly.

After days of soiled roads and mud,

The world looked lively.


Not very far from ears,

Did the temple bells resonate.

And howled there a lonely dog,

Perhaps calling for its mate.


Owing to the cool breeze,

The trees swayed lazily.

And o'er their green branches, 

Birds sang merrily.


The branches were damp and soft,

Water dripping from the leaves.

And a lazy cow sat beneath,

Munching her gobbled sheaves.


A new shine prevailed,

On every leaf and flower.

And by the window, I sat and wondered,

If the paradise had descended lower.


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