Monsoon

Monsoon

A Poem by Gautham Sathyan
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Nature's beauty

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The wait is over,
for the seasonal change,
nourished crops,
with the monsoon arrived,
from the blossoming of trees,
to harvesting of seeds,
grounded by the moist air,
nature in its utmost core,
people cherished,
the moment of life,
above it sways,
and below it rains,
children danced,
as the raindrops fell,
drizzled rain,
implanted the seed of life,
suppressed by the outer force,
created a larger picture,
with the new beginning,
the farmer smiled.



© 2018 Gautham Sathyan



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Lyrical and beautiful poem. Lovely flow and eloquent, descriptive imagery of the Monsoon cycle and the people whose lives depend on it. “Above it sways, and below it rains.”- life and death hang in the balance of of the growth of seeds. Powerful, pristine, important. Well-done.



Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Gautham Sathyan

4 Months Ago

Thanks a lot Annette, I'm glad you enjoyed :)



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lovely! We can feel the "seasonal change", and see the people and the children dancing along with the falling rains!

Posted 2 Months Ago


Very descriptive. I love the sense of imagery evoked from here. It was as if the buzz of life was so dull a noise it was electric. It flowed from the rain drops, the crops, the trees, and carried by moist air. This season sounds ultra productive for the farmer as he gazes, in amazement, at his land. Very appreciative piece. I love marveling at the seasons and smiling at the product of their nature. Simply beautiful. Great read, friend.

Posted 3 Months Ago


Gautham Sathyan

3 Months Ago

Thank you Rose :)
I loved the last line... It's so beautiful! I liked this piece a lot.. keep writing!

Posted 3 Months Ago


Gautham Sathyan

3 Months Ago

Thank you Anjali :)
Anjali

3 Months Ago

You're welcome
Beautiful flow and imagery! I really love this. My favorite lines: "nature in its utmost core,
people cherished, the moment of life," It really captures the essence of this poem. Thank you for sharing a piece of your mind.

Posted 3 Months Ago


Gautham Sathyan

3 Months Ago

You are welcome:)
Yeah .so nice . simply live change you captured!!

Posted 4 Months Ago


Gautham Sathyan

4 Months Ago

Thank you Pooja :) :)
"above it sways and below it rains" - that is the captivating point in this poem

Posted 4 Months Ago


Gautham Sathyan

4 Months Ago

Thank you!
Lyrical and beautiful poem. Lovely flow and eloquent, descriptive imagery of the Monsoon cycle and the people whose lives depend on it. “Above it sways, and below it rains.”- life and death hang in the balance of of the growth of seeds. Powerful, pristine, important. Well-done.



Posted 4 Months Ago


1 of 1 people found this review constructive.

Gautham Sathyan

4 Months Ago

Thanks a lot Annette, I'm glad you enjoyed :)
Beautiful imagery to describe the force of nature! Well done!

Posted 4 Months Ago


Gautham Sathyan

4 Months Ago

Thank you!
Life springs forth and children dancing in the rain. What a beautiful picture this is. The entire piece is a joy to read.
And with the farmer your readers also smile. Lovely work!

Posted 4 Months Ago


Gautham Sathyan

4 Months Ago

Thanks a lot Effie! I'm glad you enjoyed :) :) :)
After months of scorching heat, I can imagine the joy of rainfall, soaking the ground, encouraging new growth, where none existed before. The landscape must completely change. Never experienced it, but I can imagine. Descriptive writing, nicely done.

Chris

Posted 4 Months Ago


Gautham Sathyan

4 Months Ago

Thanks a lot Chris 😊. I'm glad you. Enjoyed!

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Added on June 12, 2018
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