foxy babii

Rookie (3 june 1992 / wa)

Sweet Rain - Poem by foxy babii

Oh I wish it would rain down
Pour and fill my dry heart
Crying from the ground
Fear will soon depart
My Pain will wash away
Heaven hears my cry
Oh one dropp on this day
As I only try
Oh I want to try again
Fill me up with love
Free me from my pain
I ask of thos above
I want to live my life
That was a gift to me
Not to die by my own knife
I have chosen to be
Sweet rain clean my soul
Strengthen my weaken body
Make my life whole
Make me a better me
Wash away the tears
From my crying eyes
Calm my raging fears
Stop my empty highs
Cool my burning head
Sooth my bruised soul
Raise me up from almost dead
Make my shattered heart whole
Softly touch the ground
Gentle drops of rain fall
My life now found
Free from this pain and all
By foxy 07


Comments about Sweet Rain by foxy babii

  • (2/25/2008 10:39:00 PM)

    This little poet know the art of words from heart
    Sweet rain clean my soul
    Strengthen my weaken body
    Make my life whole
    Make me a better me
    Wash away the tears
    From my crying eyes
    Calm my raging fears
    Stop my empty highs
    Cool my burning head
    Sooth my bruised soul
    Raise me up from almost dead
    Make my shattered heart whole
    Softly touch the ground
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, February 2, 2008



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