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Rain Drain

                                             Rain Drain
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Pitter patter rain drops
Pour down with great zeal

Really interesting to witness
How do people feel

It creates a mighty fuss
When the cloudy sky burst

The sudden downpour on earth
Bring a chaos in our hearts

People run randomly in all directions
To escape the rain and find a destination

But I have a question to ask
What is the reason for this unnecessary fuss?

Why not welcome the blessing of nature?
Does the rain bring us a big torture?

Or does it bring a natural joy
By terminating the scorching prickly heat
By any means which we can not beat

One more confusing thing I witness
Till today I could not guess

If people say summer is pain
Then why the rain is wasted in vain

If the fury of the sun is beyond imagination
Then why does the rain creates so much palpitation

Neither we enjoy the sun nor the rain
Don't understand why there is so much of strain

What nature would give us ultimate satisfaction?
Or is it ever possible to meet the human expectation

But the rains do create a delightful temptation
Soothing drops from heaven gift us a cooling sensation

I wish we all enjoy the rains with pleasure
And celebrate this natural phenomena like an eternal treasure!!!

Thank You

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