Treasure Island

MOHAMMAD SKATI


Rains Of March


Pretty rains fall Downpour to give life To us and to the thirsty lands around us, We love rains that fall In any kind Because they will turn things into a new life, Drops of rain fall In the shape of tiny drops To make seas and oceans, Heaven's generosity is unlimited And we pray God for more rains, Peasants laugh and play upon Seeing rains fall, The old alleys are filled with Pretty rains, Open pits are filled with Lovely water, Rains wash everyone and everything Outside, Love of rains is seen on Our faces, Some walk under rains To get wet, All streets are flooded with Flash rains including All alleys of the pretty city, so It's still raining dogs and cats Until later.

Submitted: Friday, March 14, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 20, 2014

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