maria sudibyo

Veteran Poet - 1,069 Points (280883 / parist van java)

Morning Drizzle - Poem by maria sudibyo

Today
If you find out the rain is rattling outside
Don't put your blanket on
And sleeping again

Today
If you find out the wind doesn't stop whistle
Don't close your ears with your hands
And hide your fears

It's just morning drizzle
It's just shower from the sky
That waking this world
From cold winter time

Today
If you find out the sky is grey
Don't you hesitant to go outside
And ruin your perfect day

Today
If you don't see the sunlight shines bright
Don't keep your mourning
And forget to smile

It's just morning drizzle
It's just a mighty spray
That splashes you warning
In your joy of spring

Today
If you find out the cloud doesn't disperse
Don't keep the loneliness inside
Behind the dusty window

Today
If you find out the damp street
Don't let your mood darkening
And grudging over the muddy puddle

It's just morning drizzle
It's just a water breeze
That cooling this land
From the heat of summer

Today
If you find out the plants soaked with downpour
Don't let your heart heavy
To do what you have to do

Today
If you find out the leaves falling helplessly
Don't also feel so weak
To be blown by cruel storm

It's just morning drizzle
It's just the season's change
That washes you some fun
In the harvest of autumn

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 28, 2012


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