Obed Akuma

Rookie (1981 / Nyamira, Kenya)

Let It Rein Let It Rain


Few can dispute the fact that love is the principle in which everything in heaven and earth anchors upon. This poem is about love and how that love rules and should be made to emanate from our every day life.


In the universe it reins
The heavens and the earth it rains
It reins it rains

In every good it reins
From every good it rains
It reins it rains

On the cross it reins
From the cross it rains
It reins it rains

In heaven it reins
From heaven it rains
It reins it rains

From the earth let it rain
In the earth let it rein
Let it rain let it rein

From the heart let it rain
In the heart let it rein
Let it rain let it rein

From every action let it rain
In every action let rein
Let it rain let it rein


From every word let it rain
In every word let it rein
Let it rain let it rein


From every handshake let it rain
In every handshake let it rein
Let it rain let it rein

From your feet let it rain
In your feet let it rein
Let it rain let it rein

From every gaze let it rain
In every gaze let it rein
Let it rain let it rein


From every event let it rain
In every event let it rein
Let it rain let it rein


From your occupation let it rain
In your occupation let it rein
Let it rain let it rein

From charity let it rain
In charity let it rein
Let it rain let it rein

From everywhere let it rain
In everywhere let it rein
Let it rain let it rein

From everybody let it rain
In everybody let rein
Let it rain let it rein

So let love rain
So let love rein
So let it rain let it rein

Submitted: Tuesday, August 26, 2008

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