When Fall The Sil­ver Liq­uid Drops

Storizen Magazine - - What's Inside - – by Aparna Mukher­jee

The swel­ter­ing heat When gets un­bear­able to beat Danc­ing and sway­ing Then comes she To be­stow her charm and grace On earth, gets ev­ery­one her bless.

From heaven falls The an­gel drops Quench the never-end­ing thirst Of the thirsty trees, flow­ers and crops.

I in­tently lis­ten to the rhythm of rain Some by­gone thoughts I re­mem­ber again Then the crys­tal droplets fall on the ground Uplifts the am­bi­ence with the melo­di­ous sound.

There ap­pears in the cloudy sky A bou­quet of pleas­ant sur­prise Seven hues up­lift my mood And glis­ten my eyes.

The crys­tal pearls of rain Touch my cheeks With earthy smell The ground fills Lifts up my heart With joys and thrills.

In a few words, Aparna de­fines a woman who be­holds high as­pi­ra­tions and firmly be­lieves in ex­pand­ing her hori­zon. She holds a Mas­ter de­gree in English from Mum­bai Univer­sity. By pro­fes­sion, she is an on­line con­tent writer and blog­ger who writes in­for­ma­tive ar­ti­cles for var­i­ous UK and US blogs and web­sites.

Her po­ems got pub­lished in the dig­i­tal Re­flec­tion Mag­a­zine and in the In­dian lit­er­a­ture web­site named Faces­tory' She is a bud­ding au­thor too. Her first story on ro­man­tic theme got pub­lished in a book named "Mem­oirs Of Love".

As a per­son, she is open-minded, down-to-earth and ami­able in na­ture. Her world re­volves around cre­ativ­ity. She wishes to make her mark in the lit­er­ary world, hop­ing to leave an in­deli­ble im­print on her read­ers' minds.

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