Few Nonlinear Stanzas on Rain

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gotta ask 'rain"..guess only he or Zeus(the Aka)can explain the "feel" properly.;-)

Submitted: December 13, 2009

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It’s raining; deep, dark,

on the streets,
they become shiny.
Leaves green, Birds gleaming,
as just took a feast,
Tired, blessed.
 
Rains gone,
Sky’s blue here, darker there,
Sad Zeus,
Thinking what next,
After all he’s Aka, god of rain,
and also the sky.
 
Does it ever rain on you?
In your heart, in your being,
What happens when you go blue?
Want rain to drain the tears,
Then ? ….
 like the poor street,
gets cleaned just to be mashed again.
 
I wait, and wait,
Oh!..there’s roar…
tame or wild?
Majesty Zeus with lady Hera;
both ecstatic. I hear thunder;
as feral it could be.
 
….there’s rain,
And I’m staring, void.
thinking; the calm Gaia,
mother goddess,
Meeting thirst, silently,
maybe, it’s a riddle where rains the sedative,
but momentary,
lasts as Uranus lures Gaia.
 
Then all quiet; as nature,
since dawn, till dusk.


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