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(Poem) Rain in the Mount Everest. Rain in the Atlantic Ocean.

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(I am from the Mount Everest (highest mountain on the earth.) I am at present close to the Atlantic Ocean. I remember I grew up in the Himalaya, so I love the water. This is the reason I love to stay near to the sea.)

Water is a symbol of beauty and love.

I have been all over town today
In front of the rain
And it beats one time more.
At the night alone,
The rain was moving up fast
I look down into my palm
Looking right into my face,
The rain was so beautiful tonight
Rain is about to smile.
Smile and laugh often,
The moon beams on my face.
The blooms, trees are shining
To transfer
Rain into a stunner.
Life as like to lead
Suppose, I endure,
The rain has walked out
My pain,
Birds are flying hither and thither
I am especially fond of walking alone here
I am listening to it as I write this.
I am off to dance and move it forward.
The rain was very irregular and very stale
Nothing like the scent of rain in the mountains
The rain is whipping my bare skin
Producing heat inside.
I have since reconsidered that path
Flowers around the rainwater,
And synonyms.
Poems about the rain
Early afternoon
Immediately the wind hit me.
Dazzling rain hit me
So beautiful.
I am hearing shrine.
Rain is in a rush.
They're eager to meet me.
Rain is true to me
A definition is always the same
Right now I am in the process of running
Prepare the process as easy as possible
It sure is pretty cute though.
I was feeling much better,
It was a most special day for me.
The rainfall has already set
The pine trees all close to me
I am smiling with tears in my eyes today.
Rainfall is always there,
I simply have to look hard enough to see
I get to be in contact with me
Rainfall is always there
I got close enough to look at it
Help me to be more loving.


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Journalist, poet and editor Kamala Budhathoki Sarup specializes in reporting news and writing stories covering Freedom, Peace, Public health, Democracy, Women/Children, development, justice and advocacy from her location inside the United (more...)

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