Dark clouds took over the clear blue sky, with every passing second it became darker.
But the attention-grabbing factor were the winds that began to sweep up the dust that lay everywhere in cracks on walls, in between leaves of trees, among the flower petals, on inaccessible tin roofs, on paved roads; invading every little space available and into the rooms if one was too late to close the windows. All humans scurried indoors. Looked like a huge vacuum cleaner had been switched on by gods.
In a couple of hours, the Rain began. Continue reading