rain

rain

A Poem by K.
"

quick little write about the weather

"

slowly slipping silver

it waltzes down the pane

a pitter patter pompous march

the dances of the rain

© 2013 K.


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So emotional! you drew a really marvelous realistic picture there with 4 lines!
So immpressive!
Like it much!

Posted 8 Years Ago


wannna u make it , it's all about a packet,
fly with a rocket, there'll be a socket,
if u had a control, then how u can make it,
this is a time to play the game...........bring-it.........

Posted 8 Years Ago


rain .........rain.......now time to play the game.......

Posted 8 Years Ago


i like the description of rain as silver, duh, i never thought about that before.. theres something comforting about being in a shelter when its raining outside.. like a tent or a cave or simply a house by the window, writing down how it inspires you..

very well done

Antonio


Posted 8 Years Ago


rain
rain
go
away
and
brush
the
lilacs
like
yes
no
i
will
have
retribution.
I am
Edward Norton,
and Daniel Day Lewis



Posted 8 Years Ago


simply perfect!!!!

Posted 8 Years Ago


beautiful in its simplicity

Posted 8 Years Ago


Its great! Short and wonderous! :) Love it!

Posted 8 Years Ago


nice...may be u should have to more elaborate it.....i meant continue it...

Posted 8 Years Ago


Beautiful ! I love the rain and your words give it a remarkable beauty that one can truely admire .

Posted 8 Years Ago



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Added on January 7, 2013
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K.
K.

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