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Author: Kalyanaraman Bellie
Article Category: Entertainment, Poems
  Published on Nov 23, 2004 : 04:03:23 PM
A poem which describes the feel of lonliness in the dark rainy evening




The day’s shine was heading towards twilight

As the pleasant breeze suddenly forced the windows tight.

And a dark grey blanket spread below the clear blue sky

These were the statutory warnings for the drama to start.


With the repeated flashes the nature was snapping our place,

The roar of hundred hungry lions prepared to embrace,

The steady cry of downpour turned even more fierce,

Making a stream into river and river into a sea.

That is how these drops of water made an ocean.


Man’s much boasted electrical energy gave up its fight

As darkness filled my home, flashes peeped with all its might

I lit a candle, who was my only companion

He burnt himself to give me some light


A couple of hours later the downpour lessened

The wild roar and cracking flashes settled

The raindrops were almost countable.


Just not able to bear the intensity of the burn

My wax friend was in tears all over his body

It was really too late when I realized

My only companion was down to the ground


A whole dark night to pass for the next light

And for me to know the effect of the nature’s hunt

It was a Hollywood thriller in horror experienced LIVE

I was a witness, where you one?


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Name: Kalyanaraman Bellie
Details: I am son of Mrs.Sundari& Mr.Bellie.My maternal Grandparents are Lingiammal and Joghee Gowder from Kerban.My paternal Grandparents are Gangiammal and Nanja Gowder.I am gifted with an elder sister,a younger brother,cousins, friends and relatives who ar

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