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Teardrops in the Rain
by Levi's Lace

Wednesday, December 21, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Dedicated to the children this world has lost to the hands of their parents and caretakers.




 

A Teardrop in the Rain


 


A little girl comes home from school


Walked in the door and broke the rule


I guess the smile on her face


Made her mama feel out of place


 


A little boy just like the rest


Accidently passed the test


I guess the good grades he could make


Was just too much for his pa to take


 


When you look up in the sky


A tiny rain will pass you by


A tiny drop falls on your face


And it seems to be so out of place


Another teardrop in the rain


 


And for every raindrop there is a teardrop


The children’s tears are pouring down


The silent cries are falling ‘round


Another teardrop on the ground


It’s another teardrop in the rain


 


A search is on for a local child


A little one, so meek and mild


A mama’s wrath came raging down


And people cry all over town


 


A teenaged boy has took his life


He couldn’t deal with all his strife


He left a note and closed the door


It was peace he was looking for


 


When you look up in the sky


A tiny rain will pass you by


A tiny drop falls on your face


And it seems to be so out of place


Another teardrop in the rain


 


And for every raindrop, there is a teardrop


The children’s tears are pouring down


The silent cries are falling ‘round


Another teardrop on the ground


Another teardrop in the rain


 


And for every raindrop, there is a teardrop


The children’s tears are pouring down


The silent cries are falling ‘round


Another teardrop on the ground


Another teardrop in the rain


Just another teardrop in the rain


 


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Reviewed by J M 12/29/2005
This touches the reader with the heart and pain the poet pens this poem with the greatest loss is life and that of children. Beautiful poem. And Tribute to all the children lost.
Reviewed by Phillip William Allen 12/24/2005
Penned with both truth and hope. Well done.

Have a Merry Xmas

The Duck
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 12/22/2005
Beautifully done...and a definite Oprah moment. There is nothing worse than child abuse...or abuse of any living thing. We are a long way from ideal, however, as a people.
Reviewed by Betty Torain 12/22/2005
Thanks for sharing this POEM, I cannot stop crying. I have seen a lot of what your poem is addressing. Pray we become sensitive to our CHILDREN's needs.

Love, Betty Torain
Reviewed by Lori Moore 12/21/2005
Heartfelt! Thank you for sharing this.
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