Out of the sky such beauty falls
Into iridescent drops and teary balls
 
Through misty corridors and shiny gates
Kingly promenades and narrow straits
 
From natal clouds where angels cry
As spirits roam and eagles fly
 
Turning liquid into magic potions
Murmuring brooks into giant oceans
 
Lovely rain from secret hideaways
Coming into view as the sky land sways
 
Through hell and saintly travels so it moves
Past devil’s doors and cathartic grooves
 
Into the mystery of the mystic dark
Into the maze of the bewildered heart
 
Oh such beauty as the falling rain
From a crying angel without a name

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Nelson D Reyes Benjamin G. Sangalang Minwisteria
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Robert L. Martin
about 1 month

Thank you "Minwisteria." Thank you reading my poem. Robert

Minwisteria
about 1 month

i LoVE it! <3 thank you for making this! such beauty gets unnoticed by the norms often, the rain would be an example and your works : D

Robert L. Martin
about 2 months

Thanx Nelson. Most people hate the rain. I love it.

Nelson D Reyes
about 2 months

The rain’s thunderous sound is a joyous symphony to critters and creatures under a parched earth and rock crevices, to the drought blanketed pasture and grassland as well. Nature loving nature is a good thing.

Like. Thanks Robert.

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