My Rainbow Rain




This time, the rain has drenched my soul,

As I have walked down the miles with you –

With a throbbing heart and a toddler’s smile,

Rejoicing the moment of my maternal love.


This time, the rain has presented an uncluttered view,

Of your ignited thoughts and piercing eyes –

That searches my presence, my affirmation,

In calm and chaos, in reality and illusions.


This time, the rain has joined my part, that is, you,

With my whole being, like conjoined twins –

As we dance like peacocks, playfully putting the leaves above our heads,

Building a luminous constellation of united hearts.


This time, the soft pitter-patter of the rain on the leaves, have echoed those sentiments,

Which, without this rain, would have remained unspoken, unaddressed, unresolved –

I wish I could tell you how like the rain you are,

A savior, a magic potion of nourishment, rescuing me from my mundane existence.


What do you think?


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Written by Indrani Chowdhury

Indrani Chowdhury was born and raised in the north-east city of India, at Guwahati in Assam. She did her post graduation in English literature and had worked as a teacher for some years. Her friends describes her as a simple, hard working girl. She is settled at Bangalore after her marriage and is a mother of a one and a half years old.The world of books have always intrigued her and she has a knack for writing. Besides this, she likes travelling, cooking for her family and friends and meeting interesting people.

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