Aching heart…

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Prompt words: Rain, red, relentless, river, regrets.

Can we curse the relentless clouds??
There isn’t any rain n dry is the river…
That has no regrets for a fake face,
Can we curse the relentless clouds??
For luring us with the darker shade,
Drying up all the efforts made,
Can we curse the relentless clouds??
There isn’t any rain n dry is the river…

Can we curse the relentless clouds??
There isn’t any rain n dry is the river…
Tears have all dried up too,
Can we curse the relentless clouds??
Forced to move to the busy town,
on the streets – Without a shelter of own,
Can we curse the relentless clouds??
There isn’t any rain n dry is the river…

Can we curse the relentless clouds??
There isn’t any rain n dry is the river…
What has this drizzle to do??
Can we curse the relentless clouds??
There isn’t any pleasure now,
Only the regrets for the damage done,
Can we curse the relentless clouds??
There isn’t any rain n dry is the river…

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Author: Sri Sudha K

So many things keep me busy...but I just found a way to store them forever. There is so much of Telugu in here as I just love my mothertongue....

6 thoughts on “Aching heart…”

  1. I’m kind of intrigued with the way our cultural responses to rain come through in our posts. I wonder what rain means to you? Here in the UK we seldom find ourselves waiting for it. It’s generally thought of as a bit of a pain. We are more likely to crave the sun. I’ve been reading posts elsewhere (Dverse) from the States, where the seasons are much more extreme and summer heat is hard to take. It’s interesting. Like your triolets very much, by the way!

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    1. Thanks Sarah. India is an agriculture based country and our cultivation is dependent on rains. If there is a poor monsoon, our lands dry up. So,, farmers have to move to towns or cities to earn livelihood. I just wanted to potray the image of the pain in farmers heart, if he sees a rain in the town… hope I did justice

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