Wedding Day

Glowing bride in red

Tinge of sorrow in her smile-

Twilight hues sadden.

PS : An Indian bride would be usually decked in shades of red on the wedding day. While it is an occasion of joy,there is also a hint of sadness in the bride's house as the next morning would entail departure of the bride.  

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Bright gulmohurs

add hues to a drab city.

Spring’s harbinger.

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The Retreating Monsoon

Retreat or return

Clouds seem to be in two minds.

Confusion in change.

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