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Summer's Rain

Poetry By: JuztJames
Poetry



This is about a guy taking for granted Summer's Rain or the relationship he once had. He didn't like the fighting, but when the relationship ended, he wishes it back. Comment freely :)


Submitted:Jun 5, 2012    Reads: 46    Comments: 9    Likes: 1   


The birds would chirp at six AM

The morning dew, the morning wind

The morning win, the morning's in

The morning song, the morning sin

She was never spring time weather

Mostly summer's rain, the drain I remember

The trickling pain slain by my window pane

Forecasting a residue, leaving me partly stained

And these rain drops I've grown to persistently claim

Make up for the tears I couldn't see her to shame

Grasping love, the sky above once held our hearts up high

But now we're falling for the breakage, lord knows I tried

Now distance separates the tears that we cry

Reprimands on the times that we didn't see eye to eye

My thunderous calls transpires frantic weather

I'll remember her as summer's rain, and I will claim her forever!





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