Sunday, July 5, 2009

Rhythm Divine


When the skies appear sullen as if after a white-wash, the sun peeps through the clouds no more, the cool icy breeze wavering the leaves on trees, pitter-patter of the raindrops against the windows...What can get better than this atmosphere, when the clouds pour down without inhibition albeit intimidating Nature to take on its course.

All one can do in this wonderful serene weather is to sit back and enjoy nature's spectacle; every cycle begins with the blessing of monsoon as mother earth quenches her thirst for many a months in the seasonal cycle.

The onset of the monsoon brings one joy-one becomes a kid again-and undiluted calmness. I reminisce, the flowing of paper boats across the overflowing water stream, wearing gumboots and flopping about in my raincoat, without a care in the world dancing away to the divine rhythm of the rain. (And also of how being scolded for turning into a muddy mess and have earthworms crawling all over the floors of my home :P)

Of corn cobs being roasted merrily while tea simmers away in an old pot. Of sitting beside a loved one chatting away interrupted only to sip hot tea and eat hot onion fritters. When one doesn't mind when umbrella is forgotten "by mistake" and get drenched to the toe on such a whim.

Such wonderful times, mesmerizing...

Reminds me a wonderful song by B. J. Thomas:

"..The blues they send to meet me won't defeat me
It won't be long till happiness steps up to greet me..

..Raindrops keep fallin' on my head..
"

Enjoy the monsoons folks! :)



Statutory Warning: This post may dampen/ unable to rekindle spirits of those afflicted with leaky-nose syndrome (aka common cold).

image courtesy: mlissa2121 from photobucket.

12 comments:

  1. Hey! I always sing that song when it rains. Never bothered to check who sang it. Thanks.

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  2. I ve had enuff of rains here( sniffle.. the Damn cold)... but ur post makes it seem most tempting...tht I dont wanna grumble gr8 post :)... loved it( mostly the part bout the corn cobs n onion fritters ;))

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  3. @ KarSub:
    Is that so? Its a gr8 song innit?

    @Lakshmi:
    Ohh yea, stuffy noses can dampen spirits (i'd put that as a statutory warning :P)

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  4. aawww..
    i loved it..and totally believe in what u say...
    i feel one with nature when d rain lashes away at me...
    i loved d earthworm part..
    u will also see me arnd...following u..
    :)

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  5. Hey! I tagged you. Apologies in advance. Click here

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  6. @Ice princess
    hahaha, i hate them now!
    else those squiggly rascals use to amuse me when i was a kid :P

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  7. @KarSub
    Aaahhh!
    Will take it up shortly...

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  8. Thanks Shanu!
    :)

    M glad u liked the post!

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  9. Miss Gauri Kamath

    Enjoy the monsoon! \m/

    btw Naani mean 'what' in Japanese :D

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  10. Good one, after sweaty summer, rains are anyday a huge relief. I am happy that you added the statutory warning in the end...though I usually ignore this warning from my mom :)

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