Somonka (Dreaming Awake) - Poem by Poetry Forms
I woke to the rain
lonely in the bed we share.
Thunder asked questions
as I lay dreaming, awake.
Was it raining for you, too?
I'll share a secret:
it rains now, in all my dreams
I find you there, too-
wrapped in sheets where storms are made,
rain soaked and smiling with me.
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