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  Last drop of rain
by Liana Margiva
Monday, April 20, 2015
Rated "G" by the Author.

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Poetry by Liana Margiva

In flower garden, at the height of bloom 

A maiden’s weeping on a rainy noon. 

Deprived of love and gasping for the air, 

Her face distorted by a listless stare. 


Rain mixed with tears streaming down her cheeks,  

It is aware of the ancient trick:  

The time will heal the heartache, sooth the pain,  

Allowing the heart to love again. 


Competing with the rain the maiden weeps, 

And heavens’ help she feverishly seeks: 

May thunder roll and wake the dormant heart, 

Which wrecked her life and tore her soul apart. 


On scalding noon the rain keeps falling down, 

It washes tears of pain from face that frowns 

The very face that shared its lovely grace 

With flowers that adorn this charming place. 


She’s so young, she has a lot to learn 

About love that pure hearts does burn.  

So often, as we give our lovers more, 

We tempt them our feelings to ignore. 

And as we strive to melt their icy hearts, 

We’re drifting ever far and far apart. 


She’s young and pure, she is yet to learn 

For many more with years she will yearn. 

And many times the tears’ tangled lace 

The rain will wash off her delightful face. 


The rain is weeping on this Summer noon 

It knows: life will play a finite tune. 

The smile will perish in our maiden’s eyes, 

Gray hair will tell of years’ mournful prize. 


The maiden knows not that time and time again 

She’ll die of love in ever pouring rain.  

Abandoned and unloved she’ll shed her tears 

Lamenting all the wasted golden years. 


Too young to know that in vain she’ll wait  

For his embrace at night, on starry date. 

And on the sand of golden ocean shore 

The words of love she’ll hear no more. 


Until the last and fateful drop of rain 

To wash away the tear’s stinging stain, 

She will embrace the loneliness and pain 

And never dwell in lover’s arms again. 


By Liana Margiva 


Translated from Russian by Anatol Kardiukov 

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Reviewed by Diana Wiles 5/3/2015
Such elegance and soulful expression in your words...
Beautiful poem Liana...

Reviewed by Jon Willey 4/26/2015
Beautiful poetry Liana. The words ring with the pain love sometimes creates. May peace and love be always with you. Jon Michael
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 4/25/2015
Lovely! Your poetry is always beautiful.
Blessings, Christine
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 4/24/2015
You poem stirs deep emotions within me since I know the pain of love. Thank you, Liana. Love and best wishes to you,

Reviewed by CHANTI LACE 4/21/2015
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/20/2015
In spite of the translation, beautifully expressed. For so many women trapped in love and felt this way. At least rain covers tears of pain. I feel badly for women who waste their youthful exuberance by pining for the unattainable. And then, when it doesn't come, wonder why they were passed by in love.

Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 4/20/2015
Oh, sometimes when we think we can never love again someone appears within our vision and the magic doth begin once more.

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