Homecoming, poetry by Goutam at Spillwords.com
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Homecoming

Homecoming

written by: Goutam

 

I know why the clouds come rushing in!
Even the hills cannot pose a barrier
To their eagerness
And childlike exuberance.
They descend in droves,
Roll down the slopes of the hills,
Sometimes in a trot
And at times in a canter.
The wind, lending a pair of jogging feet
To the clouds
As they race to reach
This piece of heaven,
This corner;
Where the cascading waterfall
Sings a song of homecoming,
As it merges with the brook
Weaving its way through the hills.

Goutam

Goutam

Goutam is passionate about poetry and writes whenever and wherever something or someone touches his heart. He lives in Kolkata, India and writes poetry in English, Hindi and Bengali language. He has published two books on English poetry named "Hues of Life" and "Glimpses of life".
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