The Rain

The Rain

A Poem by Tiffany Elise

I wish it all worked this way


I’m walking through the rain,

Because no one can tell I’m crying,

Because no one can tell I’m in pain,

Or that I feel like dying.


Been way too strong,

Holding back tears,

For way too long,

Filled with pointless fears.


The rain soaks my hair,

And washes away my soul,

It gives me an impossible dare,

To keep myself sane and whole.


I don’t think I can,

But I’ll at least try,

My suffering began,

By wondering why.


I guess it completes the circle,

Because I wonder that now,

So I’m back to the start,

But I don’t know how.

© 2011 Tiffany Elise

Author's Note

Tiffany Elise
Well, I know it's suckish and not my usual but give me a break, it took me 1 minute to write this. Lol

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A superior lot save for the final stanza; probably above the heads of the majority of this site's users (and judging by your "author's note," perhaps even your own).

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Tiffany Elise
Tiffany Elise

Orlando, FL

Hello peoplesies, my name is Tiffany, and I'm a writer! Well, that's a little bit obvious, this is Writers' Cafe, isn't it? Anyways, I write poems about love, but often write murder stories. It's odd,.. more..