Tear Of An Angel S.R.B.W.

I Am Rain

As the oceans wondrous currents flow with might

As the gentle misty fog that lingers in the moonlight

From the sky ripped and torn

From the air fallen and poured

From the glass you drink

I will be forevermore

Refresh and renew your body's decree

I am the rain that falls from the trees

I am the ocean which goes to and fro

I am the cooling springs that glisten and glow

The sun shall rise and I'll ascend

I'll be your shade as clouds upon the winds

And when you are sad I'll fall down

I'll cover you with rain to hide your frown

Stilling moments of all time

I was

I am

And always will be

The water who nourishes to all needs


Submitted: Saturday, August 15, 2009

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  • Gold Star - 25,974 Points Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (8/15/2009 9:00:00 PM)

    I am

    And always will be

    The water who nourishes to all needs... i will serve the basic needs which is so noble and need of the time.. beautiful imagination and noble ideas....10

    read mine..raindelay..rain has come...dark clouds and why do we neglect nature (Report) Reply

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