Light And Rain - Poem by Charlotte Amélie
Friendship is a sliver of light,
which can vanish when the rain pours down.
But what is a rainbow,
if not light and water in a heavenly symphony?
Clouds might get in the way
and cold might take over its bones.
Blades can run through its sides
but still friendship will not subside.
So fragile, yet so strong
for it has the will to subsist
even when torn and bruised
holding up by the hope of a single dream.
So when you see a friendship crumble down
don’t think all you have left are its spines digging into your skin.
For its roots will stay forever in the grounds of your heart
waiting for the moment to spring again, and fill your chest with a fragrant smell.
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