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Requiem in Rain
by Charlie
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Yet another rendition of this poem. Happy Birthday, Mom!

 

Requiem in Rain
 
Rain—Rain—Rain in my soul.
For the Quiet Woman with the Giant Faith
Rain—Rain—Rain in my soul
For the Bailer, the Baker, the Maker of Lace
Rain—Rain—Rain in my soul.
Rain—Rain—Rain
 
Torrents of thoughts now with bursts of light
Lover of Beauty, Giver of Life
Streaming sorrow, muting sight
for the Quieter, the Listener, the Gentle Wife.
Rain—Rain—Rain in my soul.
Rain—Rain—Rain—
 
Pattering memories, welling pain
Watering the windshield of my brain
Subltling shock, emerging pang
Raining in gushes—drowning again
Swimming in the hurt of a waxing wane
Rain—Rain—Torrents of Rain!
 
Rain for her Soft and Gentle Face.
Rain for her Music and Defining Grace;
May her Song long Go On in an Infinite Strain.
Rain—Rain—Wonderful Rain—
 
Rain—Rain—Rain in my soul
for the Speaker of Wisdom, the Seeker of Names
—Rain—Rain—Rain in my soul
for the Mother in my Eden and her Nourishing Faith
Rain—Rain—Rain in my soul.
Rain—Rain—Rain.
 
 
October 7, 2006

 

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Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather
Beautifully penned
Reviewed by John Flanagan
In the context of loss, remembrance
and tribute, Charlie, the rain motif is splendid,
the repetitions enforcing the feeling,
being the rhythms and throb of feeling.

"Watering the windshield of my brain..."
is perfect!

John
Reviewed by Janna Hill
I found my self putting a tune to this touching hymn and singing... That is odd considering I have zero talent in the area of music.
:) Janna
Reviewed by J Howard
what a beautiful, painful poem; the essence often of our lives.
thanks for sharing
jch
Reviewed by dan Rosenhagen
Beautifully Penned Charlie, Yes the rain drowns us with experiences in hopes that we float, and if we do, it is to a place from which we come. Back to the source of love.

Thank you
dan
Reviewed by stan nassano
Quite a tribute, Charlie,I'm glad i logged on today, Iv'e missed a lot of great reads like yours' thanks
Reviewed by Axilea MU
"for the Mother in my Eden and her Nourishing Faith" is a line that lingers in my heart. I remember this poem, or a slightly different version of it, I'm not sure. The beauty and energy throughout the second and third stanzas are astounding. I have never met her, but now I'm thinking of her...

Axilea
Reviewed by Cryssa C
Are the last two stanzas different? I posted my own birthday poem for Mom. And her rain continues on...

Love,
Crys...
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price
Beautiful. Liz
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader)
Lovely indeed Charlie...Hugsss
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Beautiful poem, Charlie; well done!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Texas, Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Gene Williamson
Charlie, what a lovely way to say Happy Birthday to your Mom. -gene.
Reviewed by Christine Tsen
This flows easily and is such a loving, enchanting tribute.
Almost feels like a sitting meditation, so perfectly peaceful.
Christine
Reviewed by Felix Perry
Marvellous tribute write Charlie.
fee
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