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Rain drops all over her face
Blends with her tear-drops
Nobody knows her pain!
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March 30, 2015
More By: Rupradha Mookerjee
Views: 836      Comments: 10

Comments on this Poem

Comment thanks immensely Madhavi ji & Prof..

Rupradha
04/08/2015 05:26 AM

Comment your comment is very beautiful, thanks heaps Nathmal ji..

rupradhamookerjee
04/04/2015 02:14 AM

Comment Radha great one

truth seeker
04/03/2015 11:23 AM

Comment As I think, the rain knows her pain.It blends drops with her face & tears to flow the feeling of pain outside,so she may feel some relief.So she may get peace bit by bit.It consoles her in such a way that don't worry Mam,"Mein hun na tumhare liye, aansu ponchhne ko,Prakriti Maa ke rup mein.Dukh bhi aayegain,Sukh bhi aayegain.Don't disappoint dear,they are a part of our life".So endure them as "Radha" did on departure of Shri Krishna.Either it may bear happily or distressingly.A lot of thanks
for so nicely written about someone's pain.The picture is also apt as it's situation demands.Thanks.

Nathmal Sharma
04/02/2015 23:33 PM

Comment Thanks a bunch Kumar ji & many thanks to Aparna Mam for giving an apt image and liking my poem.

rupradhamookerjee
03/31/2015 01:44 AM

Comment Thanks a lot Madhav ji.. :)

rupradhamookerjee
03/31/2015 01:42 AM

Comment A very sensitive poem, Rupa. Yes, the rain drops hide the tears.

Kumarendra Mallick
03/30/2015 22:54 PM

Comment So so beautifully expressed! Thank you Ms Rupradha and thank you too for all your appreciation.

Madhavi
03/30/2015 16:10 PM

Comment thank you so much Kulbir ji for your prompt review..

rupradhamookerjee
03/30/2015 15:58 PM

Comment Rupradhaji,

How poignant!

Kulbir
03/30/2015 15:27 PM




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