A thank-you escaped, a smile I cracked,
Thirstily I gulped, life I lacked,
Gratitude evaporated in petrichor smell,
As monsoon befriended, me, the long-dead well.
A thank-you flowed, through my dead veins,
With pride I stood, as around me you chained,
Long dead I was, with lightning struck,
Till you playful tendril, curled around me tuck.
A thank-you skipped, as my heart pounded fast,
Hastily I jumped, clinging to the support last,
Long dead I was, an ant in rain,
Till I held your hand, a tender grass plain.
Together we live, with gratitude soak,
As each one lost, finds divine in cloak,
Messengers he sends, to wipe our worry,
Thank-you overwhelms, leaving no space for sorry.