Raindrop_pritha

What started as a crazy idea between two childhood friends, have received plenty of appreciation in the last one week. Some of my other friends and collaborators were also very impressed with our work.

Today we present the second poem of our eklaa akash series. This is original poem by Debaleena, recited in her voice. Finding a good picture, that captures the emotional journey of the poem and matches the romaticism of the recitation was not easy. I am only an average photographer and could not find a good picture in my selection.

Enters, Pritha. I have the good fortune to write a small fiction to her beautiful poem and she graciously lent me a picture to use as the post heading. I thank this amazing artist for her contribution. I welcome all my readers to take a look at her photography art in social media.

If today is your first time in this blog, please check out the first post of this series: Ekla-aakash.

Deboleena’s beautiful recitation is about the loneliness and distance waiting for the rain to be over. Her words have a strange melancholy, maybe it reflects some loneliness and the piano accentues that loneliness*.

This beautiful poem is again accompanied by a beautiful picture of falling rain. This picture is captured by talented artist Mouboni Maity.

Bristi thamar seshe : poem

Do you like this series so far? In the next week’s series, we will bring back some soulful writing of Debaleena on the current corona situation. She first narrates the story of distance and loneliness and then ends with the message of hope we will see.

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The original Background music can be found in Youtube. I have linked to the original music. No copyright infringement was intended for this music.