Midnight Seasons


Lost Rain


The rain has been lost
in these long, dry days.
It has been taken by
the dark shades of grays.


Yet it is oblivious
to any evil doings.
Yet it seems it may not
return from the ‘kings'.


These ‘kings' are strong
and grouped together.
But it is the loyalty
of the good that is better.


But the rain does not seem
to notice; it's ignoring loyalty,
loyalty of the good, long-term
friend, the fog of thee.


The fog always supports
the singing rain until recent days.
Will the rain see the wrong
doings and bad ways?


The fog is sad and lonely
with nowhere to go. But
the rain seems not to care
as it's consumed and cut.


Cut by the ‘kings' that it
feasts with, and purged.
The fog tries to save the rain
but the rain is down the gorge.


The fog now wonders that,
if and when the rain is back,
will it be pure again or
stuck on a dark track?


The rain, once beautiful and
loving to sing and play,
is now gone, and seemingly
will not return today.


Should the matter of this rain
be seen as big or small?
Big as the ‘kings' shouldn't
win a good soul that's short yet tall.

Submitted: Thursday, January 03, 2013
Edited: Sunday, January 06, 2013

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