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Let It Rain

Let 
it 
rain 
on 
the 
drought-
shrouded 
terrains.
Let 
it 
rain 
on 
the 
meadow 
and 
her 
grains;
For 
the 
ember 
stare 
of 
the 
bridled 
sun
Fiddles 
and 
suffuses 
our 
flaccid 
corn.
Let 
it 
rain 
on 
the 
paddocks 
of 
the 
lakes;
On 
the 
subtle 
ducklings 
and 
bickering 
drakes;
Beneath 
the 
bleak 
clouds 
and 
the 
supine 
trees;
On 
eroded 
coral 
herbs 
of 
the 
seas.
Let 
it 
rain 
on 
the 
sordid 
fluttering 
gale;
On 
salient 
boughs 
that 
it 
has 
lured 
to 
sail.
Let 
it 
rain 
on 
the 
dew-
quaffing 
mountains
And 
all 
frost-
flawed 
cliffs 
and 
weed-
wreathed 
plains.
Let 
it 
rain 
on 
the 
face 
of 
December;
On 
mild 
mellow 
skins 
of 
oceans' 
envers,
From 
the 
fog-
fiddled 
toe 
of 
a 
hill's 
foot
To 
the 
depths 
of 
a 
mermaid's 
solitude.
Let 
it 
rain 
on 
pale 
petals 
of 
flowers;
On 
gloomy 
castles 
and 
misty 
towers;
In 
lethal 
labyrinths 
of 
cycloned 
caves;
On 
nap-
narrowed 
nights 
and 
the 
dirge-
drenched 
days.
Let 
it 
rain 
from 
the 
wild-
wandering 
clouds.
Be 
it 
in 
whispers 
or 
weeping 
aloud;
Lest 
our 
hollow-
hydrated 
hearts 
complain;
On 
our 
knotty 
knees, 
we 
plead; 
let 
it 
rain.

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  1. Date: 9/5/2012 11:49:00 AM

    I am so happy to have time to read some wonderful poetry today. Glad yours was one of the pieces I was able to read Mosi. Thank you for sharing your writing with us. Love, Carol