Treasure Island

Samra Haq


Rain


Rain rain - do come again
Cause you offer much to gain
Rain rain - you sprinkle showers
You bring happiness to the flowers
Rain rain - you make the gardens nourish
You make everyone to flourish
Rain rain - you make the weather foggy
We all remain inside, including my doggy
Rain rain - you make kids to play on the path
And make animals to take a bath
Rain rain - bring lots of happiness for us
Cause we make in our life lots of fuss
Rain rain - keep us away from the thunderstorm
Please bless us without giving any harm
Rain rain – show us your charm
Make us all cool and calm
Rain rain – fall without taking any rest
And for everyone, wish for the best
Rain rain – you relieve the world from pain
And bless us your blessings to regain
Rain rain – do come again
Cause you offer much to gain
By: Samra Haq

Submitted: Friday, January 13, 2012
Edited: Saturday, January 14, 2012

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