THE IRONICAL WEATHER – a poem

Just yesterday, 24th of April 2010, I was coming back after a very tensive time. I had just given a group viva and was walking back to the hostel on the pathway. It was a viva on a design assignment that I and my group members had got for the partial fulfillment of the the course called Microprocessor programming and interfacing. Though the assignment was quite a fun to do, the viva was equally not. It was about 6 o clock when the weather suddenly changed. Black clouds, cool wind, dusky weather, it was the kind of weather LOVED by me. For the last 2 months, I have been pining by the intense head and humidity without a respite. And here it was, what i wished for… As i enjoyed the weather, a small poem aroused in my mind… I further extended it later just to make it longer. So here it is,

THE IRONOCAL WEATHER

Oh what a pleasent weather
Oh what a cool sway
Mesmerism at its crest
While i sleepwalk through my way
.
“Beware”, says the cloud,
“I am here for you to scare”
He roars a thunder loud
And says “Bad times are there”
.
I said “Halt, ohh mighty cloud
What wrong have i done”
He roars back aloud,
And says “The sin is your fun”
.
He says “Ohh my petty child
Your bygone past is such
Amusements should have been mild
But you have had too much”
.
“You havent fared at all,
for the last 2 years or so
You are about to fall
Cause your scores are very low”
.
“Its better if you know,
Now its time to moil.
Your burdens you have to tow
Harder each day to toil”
.
I said “oh my saviour cloud
I have the courage to cope”
Infront of him I bowed
And said…
“Just give me a ray of hope”

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