Limerick- -34 (Polturam's Routine : August)

Poem By SRIRANJI ARATISANKAR

In August SRI Polturam tames only CLOUD
Sings MEGHA-MALLER all day long aloud.
Beats time thunder
People think blunder
As if with GOATS paddy-field is ploughed.


Note:

MEGHA-MALLER is a tune in the Indian Classical music
sung in the rainy season.

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