IF IT RAINS

By Sudipta Phukan


Drenching the soft earth
Drizzling the tree leaves
And wetting the long stretched road
If it rains

The serpentine road looks blacker and blacker
Trees grow younger and greener
Hills relax with solace
The river, brook and stream
Dance, sing and curve

Every drop of rain
Falls like a blessing from heaven
Straight from the abode of god
Sweet, soothing and calm.



About the author: Sudipta Phukan, Assistant Professor, Department of English (HoD), Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Adarsha Mahavidyalaya (PDUAM), Amjonga, Goalpara, Assam and Ph.D Research Scholar, Deptt. of English NEHU, Tura Campus, Meghalaya, India.



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