Rainy Days - Poem by Daniel Warner
Its raining again
just as it has done before
and as I watch my fears burst to flames
I see my futures' morale begin to soar.
These days light up
emotions of sadness
still I'll never give in
to these raindrops of madness
because they remind me of you
and the tears you've cried,
but those times we had
have faded until they died
now they just say give up
before I've even tried.
I even thought I lost,
lost my hope to these storms,
but for that I paid the price,
the price of a self-created war
now all I feel is pain
as I watch your teardrops fall in the rain.
Looking back will only increase the pace
of the tempest upon my shoulders,
but when I see your face
my world only seems to get colder
as I have yet began to realize
why there are these tremendous rolls of thunder
and now I look to the skies
to only see what you see and wonder
why we said our goodbyes.
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