Read Time:51 Second [The Rain In May]
On your sneezes, farmers are bent to soar
Whenever the moon turns to a count of four
Regretting and rejoicing, we take you in

It rains in May, when the heaven frowns
And ties the weather in a log of clowns
The sign the rainbow makes
Makes us sad-happy, witnessing the rains in May

Mother buys an umbrella because of you
Surprisingly, I accepted it because of you
Fearful, when the thunder strikes
Ringing bells for the flies to chirp at night
And singing melodies of your might

Fast speeding May rains
Steer us to work with our brains
Sleeping will be so cool
Your advancement plugs a ripened planting season
Having mouth and hands in prison
Your stay is regretted
Though children enjoy your bath
Like a thought nursed by a bat
Now we know whenever the spider welcomes a fly
He will regret to have a try


Written by: Paul Ndukwo

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