kawoya alosius


Whenever It Rains - Poem by kawoya alosius

Whenever it rains
I get flash backs,
My soul is thrust to a place far away,
Emotions start piling themselves in me,
I feel resentful,
The hailstones in the rain remind me of the happiness we had,
Whenever they hit the rooftops,
They resurrect the fondness we had,
How we embraced each other,
How we were courageous to go on,
But now due to the rains,
I feel the void you left much bigger,
I wish it never rains again.

The thunders in the rain perturb my minds with their echoes,
They take the peace away from me,
Whenever the dark blue skies gather,
My happiness also grows dim,
Hopes of my joy diminish,
Although i can't be with you,
And never will i,
Your presence is freshly felt,
And it cuts through my fresh,
As though it's edges are of a freshly sharpened blade,
And in my heart you'll be irreplaceable.

Whenever it rains,
I can't help seeing your beautiful face,
Smiling as though you were alive,
The rains have become a source of my bereavement,
Whenever the winds become cruel,
I get lamentations,
I really love to hate the rains,
For they discourage me to go on with life,
But because you are gone,
I'll always remember you in the rains,
Whenever they fall,
Thoughts of you will flood my minds,
For it's what i can do best,
To keep you alive forever.


Poet's Notes about The Poem

A story of lost love and bereavement of a lover who is reminded of the fond memories and affectiuos moments they shared in the rain with the loved one that now affects the lover so much

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 21, 2012

Poem Edited: Saturday, April 21, 2012


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