M.D Dinesh Nair
They bless for a while and then decide to curse for a week and
A new sapling first smiles and then joins the floods of the season.
Rain gods read the mind of every fauna and flora!
THE PILGRIMS OF THE DEVASTATED SHRINES
They visit the shrines to make the rest of the life happier and
The presiding deities order them to enter eternity at once.
In floods and quakes they perish leaving a question great!
A RAINY DAY
Looking through the window the child sits and its eyes twinkle and
Father stranded on the way now reaches home after midnight.
A dried tear is seen on the cheek of the child asleep!
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