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Rain
by R. Steven Reynolds

Sunday, July 27, 2003

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Pitter patter, pitter patter, pitter patter
The rain blows against the window
Soft sounds as the rain drops splatter
Slowly building, reaching a crescendo


Lightning streaks across the darkness
Arching its way to distance places
Electrifying in its brilliant whiteness
As from the sky to earth it races


Darkness rushes back in once again
And the return of the rain's soft rhythms
Soon silenced by a deafening refrain
As thunder reverberates on eardrums


Soon the storms have passed over
Leaving the world smelling pure
And clean to all who observe her
Newly washed in all her grandeur


 

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Reviewed by Zenith Elliott 7/28/2003
This is a gorgeous poem brings the wonder of nature to life...~Z~
Reviewed by Candida Eittreim 7/27/2003
Well Done! With an economy of words, you have managed to convey both the sight sound and feel of awesome nature!

Candida
Reviewed by Michael Emery (Reader) 7/27/2003
I like the onamataepaic opening line...you should read Candida Eitremms fine similar offering...'After the Rain'...Well done and welcome....Mike
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