Treasure Island

Niu Niu


Let It Rain!


Rain! Rain!
Let it rain!
Let the rain wash away the pain.

Furious thunder,
Roaring across the sky.
Releasing her anger,
That was kept inside.

Rain! Rain!
Let it rain!
Let the rain wash off the stain.

Heavy raindrops,
Pouring down to the ground.
Expressing her sorrows,
That was held inside

Rain! Rain!
Let it rain!
Let the nature heal the pain.

Violent wind,
Blowing out of control.
Exerting her power,
That was once withheld.

Rain! Rain!
Let it rain!
Soon there will be no more pain.

Submitted: Thursday, June 07, 2007
Edited: Wednesday, March 09, 2011

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