Rain is a divine source,
It is a lovely resource,
Getting it abated while in force,
Is a task beyond recourse.
Seeing it flow in a natural course,
Is a sight beyond morose.
Rain is a delight,
When they fall light,
Filling the rivers in volumes right,
Running through the fields in flow slight,
Bringing in fertility and growth in a flight,
Producing a rich bountiful sight.
Rain is a fear,
Causing a spate out of gear,
Sinking the land below the rear,
Trampling the ripe stock to rot near,
Implying a tone of gory ghastly cheer.
Well,rain is both giver and taker,
It extends a fortune to the noble receiver,
It devastates the very spirit of the destroyer,
A note of caution is sounded to whomsoever,
While accepting the endowment with fervour,
Advocating truth in faith and practice altogether.