Rid the Rainless (incomplete)

Rid the Rainless (incomplete)

A Poem by J. J. Arcuis

A short rhyme of a story I wrote that I will also upload. Thought to make this into a children's book maybe.


Among the tales of truth and not,

One story lives a curious plot.

A simple one, without much care,

Of a certain creature, that’s not really there.

His name is Rid, and he loves rain,

But trouble is that he feels pain

Whenever water touches him.

To help this being, and on a whim,

A mighty wizard cast a mighty spell,

A bubble to Rid’s trouble quell.

With that the wizard disappeared,

In smoke and fire Rid also feared.

The constant rain outside Rid’s house,

Kept him in fear, hiding like a mouse,

But with this magic, he went outside.

All water falling, fell to the side

Of where he stood. He rightly cheered,

The pain of rain no longer to be feared.

And yet, in time, as the spell remained,

Rid pondered, wondered what he’d gained.

The water, sure it caused him pain,

But the world was nothing without rain.

© 2017 J. J. Arcuis

Author's Note

J. J. Arcuis
it rhymes loosely. Doesn't have the full story.

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you should end it with a positive note, it will make your poem a better one . nonetheless its a great poem .

Posted 5 Years Ago

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Added on October 7, 2017
Last Updated on October 7, 2017
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J. J. Arcuis
J. J. Arcuis


Writer out of need. My stories aren't very good, but I need to write them or my mind gets crowded. I've had no real feedback on my stories, so I don't really know much, but that's what I do. I write. .. more..