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Fat Wet Raindrops Of Love
by Divinity 11 11
Friday, January 02, 2004

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What if every fat, wet, round raindrop really is angel's tears
Falling in horrible chilling grief over a child's life full of fear?
"The little ones," they cry again and again, "are born into pain.
Why put them on a desolate earth, where there's nothing to gain?
War, destruction, desolation, abuse, hate, crime, lies, lust and greed.
They journey blindly on through it searching, but where will it lead?"
The clouds slowly dissipate and part, leaving the world shining anew
Bright and clear with a soft, gentle, comforting and glistening dew.
A compassionate knowing father sighs, smiling, and announces from above
"Without children, the world would not know the purest form of innocent love."

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Reviewed by A PAX 1/7/2004
very beautiful!!!
Reviewed by Tami Ryan 1/5/2004
Rain, for me, is very personal, and I like the concept you share here.

Thanks for this beautiful write, Jessica.
Tami
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 1/4/2004
paradoxical,and very well said..
Reviewed by Robert Blackwell (Reader) 1/2/2004
Indeed, we could not, and would not, thrive without the love and example of our children. They are the most precious commodity that we have. Thank you for writing such a beautiful poem.

Also, thanks for your reviews of my fantasy poetry; it's a favorite of mine. I'll see if the paladin can spare a photo. **s**

Peace,
Bob
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