On A Wet Summer Day Poem by Edward Rhodes

On A Wet Summer Day



I wait by the window, and watch silently
The dark clouds deepening, the day set in shadow
The wind races and roars in relentless pursuit
Blowing leaves in its bluster. No blue skies remain
No glimmer of gladness in these gloomy heavens
Save only the splendour of silver clouds
Pregnant to pour on the people walking
On cars as they crawl along crowded roads
As restless and raging, I return to my toil

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