Angelica Duardo

Rookie - 50 Points (September 1987 / San Diego California)

When It Rains, People Can'T Tell When You'Re Crying (I'Ll Keep My Raincoat On) - Poem by Angelica Duardo

I wear my raincoat everyday
Just waiting for the rain to come and play
And my umbrella is always hanging by the door
Just in case I need to get its hold

I’m more at home when the sky falls
And along with it I fall
I walk the streets with all these tears I can’t control
And I pretend I’m only wet and walk away

When it rains
People can’t tell when you’re crying
So I won’t keep trying to pretend
I’ll let it all fall away from me
I’ll let my tears soak the streets I’m in

I’ll keep my raincoat on
Just in case I ever fall
And so along the rain will come
And wet the grass I’m lying on

When it rains
People can’t tell when you’re crying
They all have their raincoats on and worries too
Just in case the rain must fall
And when it falls
They’ll fall along and walk away pretending too

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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 4, 2008



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