Warming Suns and Quenching Rains!


Summers thrummed sunny song;
Burning down, staggeringly long.
Sopped up are its oodles of rays;
Still surfaces, the warmth’s chase.
Monsoons gestated, over again;
Birthing puffy clouds…….. in vain.
Wells high, rained and drenched;
Thirst’s quest, still unquenched.

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22 comments on “Warming Suns and Quenching Rains!

  1. Mike says:

    An inspited lexicon delivers in style – nicely done.

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  2. sherinsk says:

    May be you didn’t mean this but i believe this poem also has the meaning there is still hope after setbacks right? 🙂

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    • beingeternal says:

      I definitely did not mean hope here. It was just a random thought lurking around the greediness of human heart. Seasons come and go but man’s thirst for warmth is never quenched. The moment you get something, you desire for more. And there goes this bootless quest.


  3. Dalo 2013 says:

    Beautiful shot and the words melt with the photo ~

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  4. fotografaire says:

    Beautiful imagery, and lovely poem to go with. Enjoy your week.

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  5. How emotional….and what a description of longing….for someone…or something…
    Really nice Reva 🙂
    Thanks for sharing…
    stay happy and stay blessed 🙂

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  6. Well this is just lovely. Great piece of writing! 🙂

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  7. spartacus2030 says:

    Watch your iambic pentameter: ‘Birthing puffy clouds, all in vain.’ you might try: ‘Birthing puffy clouds in vain’, leaving out the word ‘all’, and it will flow much more smoothly on that particular line. All in all though, a highly imaginative, picturesque filled with hidden meaning! And I’d add: ‘A brilliant addition to wordpress.com’

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    • beingeternal says:

      Thank you my dear friend for letting me know something worth knowing. “Lambic Pentameter” is great. Your beautiful suggestion taken in. 🙂
      Many thanks for appreciating my little poem.
      Stay Blessed!


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