1 Oct 2010

Flavors of rain





Walk
By freeing the arms like wings
Looking at the sky with a thankful nod
For its graceful shower of healing droplets
That absorb all the tears into ocean



Dance,
Holding the hands of rain,
With the wings of romance,
Fly in air embracing the rain,
Until you drench your soul fully


Sing
In rhythm with the whistles of breeze
Along with the chorus of melancholic rain
Until your sweet voice, echo all over
Freezing the fire in the hearts



Silence
Catch the mood of silent rain
With the net of your vibrant heart
As you read the silent desires of naughty rain  
Which wish to hold you in its arms until it vanish! 

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16 comments:

Desert Rose said...

Soo beautiful Nithin! the pictures match the stanzas..the words are dancing pleasures..i enjoyed the read so much..love it!

Nithin R S said...

Thanks. :) Well its your dance tweet that inspired me ! i am learning a bit from you.

Jingle said...

breath taking..
Glad to see you in, my friend

feel free to visit a few poets near your entry.
Cheers!

Nithin R S said...

Thanks :)

Ben Langhinrchs said...

Nice mixture of images and words.

KB said...

I love singing in the rain.

Brian Miller said...

teehee...naughty rain...i like that...love how your words and pics play together to tell us the tale...i am singing with you...nice one shot!

dustus said...

"Catch the mood of silent rain
With the net of your vibrant heart" Great poem and those lines are amazing. Nice One Shot!

Amanda said...

So worthy of a song my friend...loved it here!! xx

Eric Alder said...

"Only in silence is true appreciation found." - Eric Alder

Nice One Shot!

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Lovely words and images......the essence of rain:) Well done.

Nithin R S said...

Thanks to all of you for your encouraging comments. :) I am simply loving rain now.It's been a week since rain started and its going on strong.

Short Poems said...

Beautiful images and lovely words, love your writing :)

Nithin R S said...

Thanks :)

Steve said...

Good, intrinsic interplay of expert-end-line broken lines and photos. One of the best poems I've read thus far today, and I've read more than a few.

Nithin R S said...

Thanks Steve :)