Let It Rain

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Let it rain on the drought-shrouded terrains
Let it rain on the meadow and her grains
For the ’ember’ stare of the bridled sun
Fiddles and suffuses our flaccid corn

Let it rain on the paddock’s of the lake
On the subtle ducklings and bickering drakes
Beneath the bleak clouds and supine trees
On eroded coral herbs of the sea’s

Let it rain on the sordid fluttering gale
On salient boughs that has allured to sail
Let it rain on the dew quaffing mountains
And all frost flawed cliffs and weed-wreathed plains

Let it rain on the face of December
On mild mellow skins of ocean evers
From the frog-fiddled toe of a hill’s foot
To the depths of a mermaid’s solitude

Let it rain on pale petals of flowers
On gloomy castles and misty towers
In lethal labyrinths of cycloned caves
On nap-narrowed nights and the dirge-drenched days

Let it rain from the wild-wandering clouds
Be it whispers or weeping aloud
Lest our hollow-hydrated hearts complain
On our knotty knees we plead! Let it rain!

Written by: Ikirigo Jerrypet
Edited by: Kukogho Iruesiri Samson

Author: admin

I am a member of the WRR editorial team.

  • Thamsanqa Job Mzamo

    Let it rain has hit me with the force of a sledgehammer! I don’t know what to say!

    • I felt the push of the words too Sir Thamsanqa

  • Nice piece . Congrats

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