Charles WOO

Watching The Rain - Poem by Charles WOO

Torrential rain comes timely and I am so happy.
The weather turns cool like autumn yet not so gloomy.
All plants look fresh while dusty ground becomes clean
The soil is moistened and all seedlings in farmland turn green.
The patter of raindropp on the roof is a good music.
Sometimes, the noise startles birds above the attic.
It knocks the windows yet we like to hear such sound.
Dripped with water, bamboo stands shyly on the playground.
Its rhythm gives inspiration to poet chanting poem.
I ask my friend to stay overnight as I am lonesome.
We stop drinking wine but start to enjoy the rain.
Lighting more candles, we discuss news in China again.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, November 14, 2012

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