As it rains

The clouds, in their merrymaking

Just dash for entwining in pairs

In elephantine clashes

Trumpeting flashes

In the sky afar are their insolent conflicts

Doomed is the sun

‘cause it’s hidden in threats

Often tweeting its reluctance

The splashes of rudiment friction

Passed on to the treetops

It flows now

Kissing every curled up leaf

Cleansing the freshness of ripening fruits

Lathering the huge trunks

Wiping away

The mammoth of moth-like creatures

That does bring something anew

The freshness in thoughts

Truly promising

May the usurps of buds beep

The fragrance of roses sway

The silvery glittering embrace

The newborn artistry in my mind

I desire, these changing moods

In the demeanor of nature

The filthy squalid be swept away

   Those aberrant be chased away

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About GEETHA RAVINDRAN

Born on first Nov 1959 in Mumbai, INDIA. Had the schooling at Mumbai & graduated in Physics from Calicut University in Kerala. Married to M Ravindran. We have 2 boys , the elder is Lt. Commdr in Indian Navy & the younger boy is doing his MS ( Aero space) at IIT Chennai,India. I am working as a MATH Teacher at Kendriya Vidyalaya since 1980. I write poems in Malayalam, English & Hindi. Published a malayalam Poem collection "JWALA" in 2009. Many of my poems have been published in journals.

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