Josephine Chifundo Likoya

Silver Rain - Poem by Josephine Chifundo Likoya

Left all alone in that thunderstorm
The sound of it could make ears go deaf
The lightening was so scarring
It came like fire which would burn everything down
The day was so dark
The eyes went blind
nothing could be seen

The strong wind blew all hope away
Leaving only hopeless minds
Thinking the sun would never shine again

Rain drops at last!
Fresh air followed
It refreshed everything
This was no usual rain
It washed all bad memories away
and brought in happiness
Silver rain fell on that day!

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Poem Edited: Tuesday, January 17, 2012

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