The Wind And The Rain Poem by Practicing Poetess

The Wind And The Rain

Rating: 5.0

The wind and the rain
Seem never to end.
One brief day of sunshine,
Then, they're back again.

With bone-chilling cold,
And skies grey as steel.
You long for the warmth
Of the sun to feel.

Like a train in a tunnel,
The howling wind roars.
It rattles the windows,
And pounds at the doors.

The rain paints the plants
Much greener than green.
It must be the greenest green
I've ever seen.

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Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: rain,storm,wind
Bernard F. Asuncion 22 November 2020

A well conveyed poem. Truly fantastic and wonderful....5 stars*****

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Practicing Poetess 24 November 2020

Thanks very much, Bernard, for your positive comment!

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Aqua Flower 20 November 2020

Hello and what a very descriptive write of the rain. Bone chilling indeed and it paints the greenest of greens on those plants. Excellent! 10!

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Practicing Poetess 20 November 2020

Thank you, Aqua Flower! How are things in your neck of the woods?

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Yiyan Han 31 October 2020

Quite a nicely penned one!

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Practicing Poetess 01 November 2020

Thank you, Yiyan Han! :)

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Ray Hansell 24 May 2020

Bone chilling cold. I've been there. Not a nice place. This is a favorite of mine.

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Practicing Poetess 01 November 2020

Sorry for the late reply, Ray. It seems that for awhile, the site wouldn't allow us to reply to comments. Thank you for yours, and for your patience!

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Aqua Flower 21 May 2020

The rain paints the plants greener than green! Great imagery here and love the poem. The wind is bone chilling. The sun will come soon enough! I miss it too!

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The entire world needs to warm up, and quickly, to inactivate this nasty coronavirus. Hurry Sun! And thanks for commenting, Aqua!

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