Rain
[ Issue 45 ]

Rain captivates Emily Bronto

Let Bikwil unveil the charm of Rain

Rain

The poem Rain is another poem from Lavinia Godfrey about the world around us.

Each drop a passing thing.
 

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Rain Lavinia Godfrey

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Rain softly falling, high and low,
Softly touching the skin, each
Drop, a passing thing.
With the lights behind, like a
Million stars, sparkling,
To the ground.
Forming trickles along the grass and
Concrete, picks up,
Among its metal bits

Shining wetness,
Shimmering tips.

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