waiting for that rain


Like a very man, at 23… I have certain aim. .
Good status and money… Some one to love, And a bit of fame. .
I am putting in, and getting out… Relaxing and then running. .

Getting few results, And some efforts went in vain. .

My soften dreams are clouded by dark shadows of pain. .
And to shatter these clouds…I am waiting for that rain. .

Like a very man, at 23. . I feel like in a race. .
Some acts of mine embarrass me. . And some deeds to embrace. .
I am running in so hard. . Its harder to breathe. .
Its start of a carrier. . Still my struggling days. .
Ticking time 24*7. . My joys in a drain. .
My soften dreams are clouded by dark shadows of pain. .
To shatter these clouds. . I am waiting for that rain. .

Like a very man at 23. . I am aspiring some one to be. .
Disgustingly non serious. . A lazy lizzylee. .
Searching for options from my Pandora box. .
I thought i was smart. . Turned a Nerdistic geek. .
Time to realize my dear. . Time to use my brain. .
My soften dreams were clouded by dark shadows of pain. .
And to shatter these clouds. . I think. . I just spotted that rain. .

Not a man, but a boy, At 23. . I just realize. .
To accept. . Never grew up. . It sounds so wise. .
Better to take few words from dad. . And the grin in his eyes. .
And mom’s pat on the back. . It all feel so nice. .
This whole rhyme. . I have been crying. .
Waiting for rain. . Waiting for rain. . Not able to find. .
This love of ma and pa. . Not seeing. . Am i blind? .
Gotten that genie. . I just grew sane. .
Clouds are shattered. . Sky so plain. .
Showered by blessings. . I am drenched in that rain. .
i am drenched in that rain…

114 thoughts on “waiting for that rain

  1. I am not into cricket, so that info is interesting, but over my head. I have seen it being played in detective TV shows that are placed in Brittain, such as the Midsumer Murder series.

    This is a lovely poem.

    I had a chuckle over your self description. It seems to me that you are located in India? One day I will get there and see it for myself.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog, appreciated.
    Johanna van Zanten

    • Thanks johanna for the time you spend on my blog. Hope you like it. Well ya right, i am from India and its a beautiful country. I am sure you won’t be disappointed once you visit here. πŸ™‚

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  3. I like all your words…but the last 3 lines the best: “Showered by blessings. I am drenched in that rain. I am drenched in that rain.” Yes…we all should be so grateful for the air we breathe and the blessing of life!

  4. Nice you read my new poem posting so quickly, Rashabh! Thanks for compliment. Your poem here says a lot! Maybe toooo much!!!! : ) I regret that you say in bio “probably risk to society” – same as recent Colorado murderer. Please. Not that! Yes, as in poem, we are “showered in blessings”. Be thankful. Go help others!

    • πŸ™‚ thanks for stopping by, dear… i really liked your work.. as for my “About Me” many people have given there reactions on that. please take it in a light manner and enjoy.. and thanks for your appreciation and kind words.. please be in touch in future.. πŸ™‚

  5. Hi Rishabh your honesty is very touching and yes I have walked in the dry dusty desert of longing and also in the cold freezing plains of sorrow and regret but I found the wondrous rain and drenched my soul in it’s uplifting showers and now I’m refreshed eternally.

    Thanks for your interest in our Blog.

    Christian Love from both of us – Anne

  6. Thank you so very much for liking my poem ‘Regrets’. Your poem ‘Waiting for that rain’ is really thought generating – the words are made like a garland with meaning and emotional tinge in every thought.

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  8. Such a lovely poem!! I enjoyed very much =)) Thank you so much for visited my blog and liked my entry. I cannot wait to read your entries more. πŸ™‚

  9. Interesting poem. I sense a depth and an honesty here, of which you have, perhaps, only scratched the surface?
    Thank you For stopping by The Brass Rag. Come back and see us again soon.

  10. A very beautiful, lyrical piece. 23 is an interesting age; it’s like the new “going out into the world” age in the modern world. Thanks for stopping by to like my last post in Backyard Philosophy. I appreciate it. Keep up the writing.


  11. There’s something about that rain…..and waiting!
    Enjoyed your blog post poetry!
    Thanks for reading my “Writing to Heal”, there’s just something about story isn’t there?
    Have a super day my friend!

  12. Wow Rishabh. This is such a lovely poem. The image is so nostalgic. I don’t like rains, but this poem makes me long for some soft, cold droplets on me. Cleansing my soul and nourishing it with renewed energy. Will surely go though the other posts.

  13. Truly enjoyed your writing… Gently passionate and thoughtful. Thank you so very much for “Liking” our post too: “I S-cream, You S-cream…” and hope you will decide to “Follow” us. We only post every 7 or 10 days so we don’t fill up your In-Box and hope to have something worth reading to say… Be Blessed Rishabh!

  14. Thank you for subscribing to ‘mennonitepreacher’, and also, I looked around your blog site and got connected to some peace and hunger activists in Africa and in Asia. And that’s great for our church, too.

    And I read each of your poems carefully—I like the words and thoughts and music a good deal. The rhyming patterns throw me a little and I seldom read rhymed poems (and have written only one in 30 years of poetry).

    Bill (mennonitepreacher.wordpress.com)

  15. My brother, i love your poem, and what your words from your heart speak, shows that you are a man! At each days ending i look back on hours of my day in reflection to see the things i did right and the things i did wrong, and praying to God, I hope he helps me correct them so i might not repeat the same things the next day. I ran around and had a lot of fun until the age of 25, i finally began to mature quickly not taking anything for granted anymore. You have a gift, that God has given to you, massage it , water it , give it your love and it will blossom and never lead you but will take you to a higher plain. You can write…no doubt but keep writing every whenever you have the chance. You will become a better man as you share with others the true side of you, put self down and become selfless and other will gravitate your way! Bless others with your skills and you will grow and mature quickly. I loved your poem my brother, and thank you for visiting my site! Have a wonderful and blessed weekend!

  16. Hi Rishabh. Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog today and clicking on the Like button to my most recent post. Your blog is interesting and creative. Keep up the good work your doing here. I hope to hear from you again soon. Cheers!

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  19. Thanks for visiting weepingintodancing@wordpress.com
    You poem “waiting for that rain” is beautiful.

    There is value in both the black and white piano keys. In fact, the black keys are very special. There is a trick. If two people sit down together and play just black keys…. it will always sound amazing. I guess there is unity in sorrow.

  20. Hi! πŸ˜‰
    wow! beautiful photo.
    I’m in a bit of a hurry right now, but promise to come back
    to spent some quality time with your text.

    (and I dont mean the cereal πŸ˜‰ )


  21. thanks for stopping by with a like on my latest post. I enjoyed reading this. Brought me back to some similar experience, which also made me write about rain. How different can people’s musings be?

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