Gordon Jerome


Rain - Poem by Gordon Jerome

Here on the edge of a runaway cloud
The rain chases sunshine from the sky
Each little dropp taking a leap so proud
From a distance thats so terribly high
Riding the wind as it falls to the ground
Seeking a place that it may safely land
With its pitter patter soft gentle sound
It creates ripples in mud puddles so grand
The rain can be heavy or light as a mist
Falling softly from the heavens on high
Or by swirling in the wind it often twist
While blowing across a darkening sky
It contains the elixer of life for us all
Without water we would all disappear
Into everyones Life some rain must fall
Even if it chooses to appear as a tear.
'closing thought'
Life like the weather has sunshine and rain
We bask in its brightness
And seek shelter from its pain


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  • (5/8/2010 7:04:00 PM)


    I enjoyed reading you poem. Nicely penned...........thanks (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 8, 2010



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