Rain's Eloquent Sorrow, Unheard When - Poem by james watkin
Rain's eloquent sorrow, unheard when
Youth's surge was proceeding
More impressionably wrung out of
A subsequent heeding!
Talk, once run-related, spluttered
In meaninglessness about
Struck of, when night-slouched prints, for
Loneliness leave no doubt.
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