Rain, Rain Go Away - Poem by Edwina Reizer
Rain in the morning, pouring at noon,
rain in the evening, it's like a monsoon.
The clouds have opened in the skies.
It's like the heavens have tears in their eyes.
But the sorrow that's brought this rain to fall
can be blamed on man who made the call.
We've cursed our earth with our greedy ways
with nuclear radiation bringing the end of days.
Astonishingly, even the steady rain
can't wash away this nuclear pain.
It will poison all that it falls upon
instead of cleansing each brand new dawn.
And who are the creatures that have no respect?
They are soulless bodies without intellect.
Shame on we who've allowed them free rein
to inflict their evil and create this pain.
It's an abomination and they're all insane.
God help us all.
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