September rain

Rain was an unexpected bonus
An extra refilling of sound world
As far off mountains have washed
Their clouds off in a lighter mood.

The night was a receptacle of joy
Just above the tops of the peepal
That moaned their soft pleasure
Leaf to leaf, groping invisible sky.

Unknown to its stomach the lake
Swelled unexpectedly missing its
Hyacinths that one ruled its heart.
A change of lover this time of life
Took its teals entirely by surprise.


About nisheedhi

Retired banker with poetry and photography as chief interests
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