Poems About: RAIN
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
how sweet and lovely is a water from sky..
it`s a wine of lovers... read more »hazem al jaber
The rain! the rain! the rain!
It gushed from the skies and streamed read more »James Whitcomb Riley
Rain when it comes, it only rains
scorching heat, biting dust
parched earth sniffing life
birds chirping as they must read more »Tribhawan Kaul
136..Life is A Dance In The Rain
It's raining, it's quiet, only i can hear the rain,
Freshness of air is invading my breath,
The echo of drops falling, the purity of the sky,
It's giving me peace and relieves my pain. read more »Cristina Teodor
137.Love These Laws
I love the laws that God sends down on us, raining,
Opening the doors of heaven, of absoluteness, raining.
My heart speaks to the delight of the creation, read more »Naveed Akram
Sometimes I wish I could be The Rain,
So that I could connect to million of hearts,
The Rain which connects the sky to the earth,
The Rain in which everyone live a moment, read more »Mrunal Nandankar
139.A Time of Hard Rain
In so much rain the homeless drown,
If this rain was bullets they’d be children of massacres.
If this rain was petroleum coke we’d already be Pompeii.
If this rain was a pesticide we’d be innumerable bees read more »Salvatore Ala
It rained, on our first night
An incessant, whiney rain
Cooling, with its humidity yet
Raising warm sweat read more »O Sudhir Janardhanan
Rain what a nice name!
From the sky falling dauntlessly like drops of water
Sometimes the rain falls with thunder and sometimes not. read more »Z.I. Mahmud
Did you know
It rains in the south?
I know it rains everywhere,
But in the south read more »Angela M. Maynard
143.It's Raining In Maleny
Every shower of rain is welcome it's been two months so they say
Since it last rained in Maleny and it's raining there today
And the farmer he feels happy though his paddocks looking bare
And he thanks the God rainmaker that some rain he now can spare. read more »Francis Duggan
144.Lots Of Rain Around
Light rain may bless our gardens with its welcome shower
Blest rain may still our worries, make us once more sure.
Still rain may soften edges of the city street.
Soft rain may cool our anger, make things once more straight, read more »C Richard Miles