The Words of Rainfall

My eyes are dry and lifeless.

I’m placing my head.

On a window pain

With raindrops tapping on it

Incessantly.

Millions of thoughts

Running across me.

What do you think?

Am I good enough for this society?

Do I have to be better? Can I be?

Is this my real personality?

Some random realisations.

Some feelings are merely felt

Not expressed.

Some words are merely penned down

Never spoken.

Some experiences are merely lessons

Not memories.

My life is merely a passage of time

Not immortal.

Life is what it is

For those little things that I often don’t see.

For all the moments I haven’t recorded

For all the words I haven’t heard

For all the people I haven’t appreciated

“I love you.

I care for you.

You’re the reason.

My life is,

Whatever it is today. ”

This is precisely what went through my mind on one rainy day. Fortunately I did not have my earphones so I had to lean myself against the window pain of the bus and reflect on my life. I started interpreting the scenery and the rain fall outside and think, “How often do we just think of who we are and what we have? All these moments are going to fade away very soon. What are we gonna take from these moments?”

Have you ever gotten philosophical messages from the rainfall? Do you love the rainy season in the first place? Let me know in the comments below.

Thank you for reading:)

Have a nice day:)

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32 Comments Add yours

  1. Sakshi says:

    It makes me feel like …life is slipping away …embrace all that you can.

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    1. Rageshree says:

      I know right!🖤 I refreshes your soul and gives a whole new perspective to life… Thank you for sharing your thoughts💗🙂

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      1. Sakshi says:

        My pleasure 😊

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  2. krish says:

    Rainfall always refreshes and sets up new thoughts…

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Rageshree says:

      Oh I know right💗 It’s bliss..

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  3. Oh I love rain. Rain always makes my mind wander in all the realms of the world.

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    1. Rageshree says:

      I know right! It gives this immense sense of satisfaction🙂 Thank you for sharing your thoughts❤️

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Tokens Of Expression says:

    This is a great post. So realistic😊

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Rageshree says:

      Thank you🖤 Glad you could relate!

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  5. Nirant Gurav says:

    Realistic & strong wid ur words 👏👏 , always feels ur words

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    1. Rageshree says:

      Thank you for your kind words!💖 It’s fun to turn the boring reality into poetry😊

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      1. Nirant Gurav says:

        Yeaaaaaaa that’s the work of our poets🐻😉

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  6. I love rain . It makes me always to be indoor , sit on my bay window and enthusiastically watch the rain that
    make my garden appeared so fresh with a sip of tea. 😍
    That too being in hot Chennai I love rain 😆

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    1. Rageshree says:

      That’s a fantastic way to enjoy the rainfall💖 I have a bad luck because when it rains, I’m either sleeping or in college (still deep sleep😂)
      Chennai out of all places🤣 It’s BURNING HOT there!
      Thank you for sharing your thoughts and enjoy the rain💜

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  7. Rain is so calming and peaceful. Great post! Thank you for sharing.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Rageshree says:

      I know! I simple love it when it rains🖤 Thank you!

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  8. Fariha says:

    Rain & vivid thoughts, it is a magical combo !!!

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    1. Rageshree says:

      I know right! Thank you🖤

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  9. Jokerswild says:

    Rain is beautiful, it’s so part of nature and I love nature. And rain does make you think and reflect. I walk in the rain sometimes and just think about nothing😊. It talks to you.
    Just like this post spoke to me and it’s readers, people can relate to it, that’s what made it so beautiful🌹. It was so natural and it had character, leaning on the window pane, thinking and reflecting….so much emotion❤️. Great job!

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    1. Rageshree says:

      Thank you so much for this kind comment❣️ The rainfall really makes me wander with my emotions. I’m glad that people could relate! Thanks again!🖤

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Jokerswild says:

        No problem, a very relatable subject indeed. And a beautifully subjected post.🌹❤️

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  10. I have just one word for this….
    FABULOUS!
    💙

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    1. Rageshree says:

      Aww💕
      I have only 3 words for you:
      “THANK YOU, LOVE💜”

      Liked by 1 person

  11. iScriblr says:

    This is such a wonderful poem – so true to the heart!❤

    I love rains! It always makes me happy! I am a Pluviophile!❤

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Rageshree says:

      Thank you very much💗
      I’m a Pluviophile too! Rainfall just amazes me!💞

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  12. abhibishnu says:

    Very thoughtful. Yes, I love the rains too. It reminds me of rejuvenation. I love getting wet in the rain

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Rageshree says:

      Ohh yeah… The feeling is blissful❤️

      Like

  13. Neha Sharma says:

    I love rain and the mysterious ways in which it inspires writers, as can be seen through your poem as well all the comments on this post.Beautiful ❤ ❤

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    1. Rageshree says:

      Thank you, Neha🖤 I’m glad you understand. Rainfall captivates the beauty of nature and also draws a path for writers.

      Liked by 1 person

  14. This is a nicely written piece

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Rageshree says:

      Thank you so much!❤️

      Like

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