Tag Archive: raindrops


April Rain

Let the rain kiss you

Let the rain beat upon your head with silver liquid drops

Let the rain sing you a lullaby

The rain makes still pools on the sidewalk

The rain makes running pools in the gutter

The rain plays a little sleep song on our roof at night

And I love the rain. 
By Langston Hughes

Originally posted on: https://www.poemhunter.com/poems/rain/

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Oh Rain! You Came

I saw it on the horizon
It crept slowly
The wind blew it in
I felt the cold breeze
I heard it whisper
Saying it was here
It knew I was waiting for it

And then a drop
A trickle
It kissed me on my cheeks
I smiled as it washed the world

Pour The Rain

It pours
I melt
I love the rain

It drowns the sorrow
I float along
I love the rain

The downpour of tears
Sweeping away the fears
My, my, my why do I love the rain?

Pour a cup of coffee
Pour a cup of love
Keep toasty
Keep falling
Because I so love the rain

The Darkest Tunnel

Find yourself in the Chaos

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