Iris Rain


I Remembered The Rain


I remembered the rain...
the day we sat together
watching the rain drops dancing before us
on the window before our eyes

I remembered your face...
the expression in your eyes
the frown on your brow
looking at the rain dancing before your eyes

I remembered you...
looking at me
with that soft, pained, wistful look in your eyes
knowing in the midst of the rain, around us
that you were trying to remember me
so that you would not forget my face
on the day we were finally apart

All that we ever had was the rain...
that day
And what we remembered
of each other's face in the shadow of the rain that day...

Now, without you...
I hear the rain...
only the rain, and remembering your eyes
that soft, pained, wistful look in your eyes
tearing me apart, crushing my heart

As I remember you...

Submitted: Wednesday, September 29, 2010

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