Angela M. Maynard

Rookie (August 4,1985)

Southern Rain

Did you know
It rains in the south?
I know it rains everywhere,
But in the south
It rains all the time.
We’re lucky if a week goes by
Without rain.
It rains too much
In the south.
The only thing I don’t like
About living in the south
Is that it rains all the time.
Even though
You get use to the rain
I don’t like it.
I love the south
But not southern rain.
The day I’m writing this
It’s raining.
We’ve been having
A Southern Rain Storm.

Submitted: Friday, April 13, 2007
Edited: Monday, February 14, 2011
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