Christian Rivera

Rookie - 0 Points (November 19th 1992 / Mcallen, Texas)

Midnight - Poem by Christian Rivera

It's raining cats and dogs
I only have one thing on my mind


The sky blotted out by raindrops
They look like a million shooting stars
And I wish a million times for time to stop

So I can come to you and hold you close
Because I know that you hate thunder
Shield your ears from the shattering echos

Shield your heart from the falling stars

When the rain is gone and the thunder stops
We can spoon under a midnight rainbow
And when the clouds all finally drift off
I will kiss you just to let you know

That I love you

The street lights would tell us which path to take
To our own happily ever after
And sure we might get lost along the way
But most of the time would be filled with laughter

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, August 8, 2010

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