Musa Gift Masombuka

Rookie - 429 Points (1998 April 1st / Dennilton)

Let It Rain - Poem by Musa Gift Masombuka

Let it rain
The trees are dry
All forms of life are thirsty
The land is pale
The world is ending

Let this rain rain
Let this rain drain
The lakes and rivers dried
Let the drops drown
Let them sink in to the soil

Let it rain
Every drop means gain
When all are in pain
It will regain
Replenish the world

Let it rain
Wash away those evil spirits roaming
Nourish those lakes and rivers
Retain colour and brightness to the land
Quench the thirst of an innocent child.

Topic(s) of this poem: nature

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 17, 2015

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