Is Rajkot a Drought Or Flood Prone??

the land, how

in a few days the birds

leave it, how

the buzzards, drinkers

of thicker, fuels

come on

their darkness

stalk stiff, the green

going green-brown blown

naked in wind

the blackening up

sunlight wincks

on the shoulder strap

collouses of a black man

stripped for work in dust

in heat lossening everywhere

his women reddish

in the westering haze

hums down the evening hush

to her strings

sometimes a skeleton whrilwind

lift the haores voice

of the grasses

Created By
Aryan Vaishnani
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Created with images by Aleatoric Consonance - "Cracked Earth" • PDPhotos - "earth dry dehydrated"

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