Kutraalam Waterfalls - Poem by Ananta Madhavan
Inside the 'chombu',
Searching for the form,
The water is filled.
To be so still,
So securely held,
Must be Repose.
With the fall and flow
Of torrential peace.
'Chombu' in Tamil is a brass vessel,
Shaped like a jar, hand held, for bathing.
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