While Walking Through My Land Poem by Sylvia Frances Chan

While Walking Through My Land

Rating: 5.0

While Walking Through My Land

in the land of temporary snow,
very hard to like it now,
it's my home, so I do love it,

the temporary rains do not cease,
then ice on your windshield,
then water again
as in Niagara Falls,
how should this continue?

the land of the beautiful fresh tulips, daffodils, and roses
you cannot enjoy this whole month better
only water, water, and water,

little hail, little snow
for this last time in the spring of now,
always rain, and more rain,

whatever comes down,
we should always be thankful,
for the capriciousness of nature.


Thursday, March 30, 2023
Topic(s) of this poem: Rains
Rains, each day rain, the whole month rainy weeks, sunshine for a few seconds then again the dull making rains, pour down like a waterfall, thank you so much for reading, best regards, Sylvia Frances Chan©
Anil Kumar Panda 30 March 2023

Sometimes too much rain brings problems. But it is ok. We should enjoy. Nicely done. Thanks.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 30 March 2023

Thank you so much, dear Anil Sir for your attentive comment.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 01 April 2023

Thank you for your great respoinse, Anil Sir.

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Sandra Feldman 30 March 2023

Very descriptive and well written poem Picture painted makes us feel we are there. A poem that captivates and is inspiring, showing how much you love and care for your unique country.Congratu; ations to Holland.

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M. Asim Nehal 31 March 2023

Nature is unbiased and kind to us as always but we hardly respect and reciprocate.5*****

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Denis Mair 31 March 2023

We also have these tests of patience in Seattle, but luckily we will soon enter into our rainless season. After 80 days without a raindrop, we begin to sympathize with the thirst of plants.

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Denis Mair 31 March 2023

It is hard to like, but you do like it, and that's what I like about this poem. Having one's patience tested when you are grateful for the overall relation...this is a sign of life.

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Bharati Nayak 31 March 2023

Nature has a will of its own.This time she wanted rain to stay longer.You expressed the capriciousness of nature very well.

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Richard Wlodarski 31 March 2023

Sylvia, your poems are springing up on us and reigning like the beautiful flowers in your native land. Personally, I would find all that rain somewhat depressing. But you've made it refreshing and inspiring.

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Sylvia Frances Chan

Sylvia Frances Chan

Jakarta, Indonesia
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