Author: Clive B Ringshall
Diamonds fall from the clouded sky,
Falling to Earth each drop finds a home,
With its sensual touch each flower feels alive,
Trees call out loud for its falling touch,
Teasing running droplets through its bark,
From the forest animals appear to greet each drop,
Grass invites each diamond to fall along their spine,
Teasing each sense teach blade it comes alive,
Feelings excitement as it makes it way down to the ground,
Puddles form showing prisms of colours,
Ever decreasing circles appear with each drop,
Birds of all kinds bath in this harmonious song,
Wolfs come out from their den to dance in this music of rain,
Again and again each drop is soaked up by our Earth
A wonder to see as this rain it falls,
To see these diamonds giving their gift to us all,
Diamonds that fell from the clouded sky.
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Terrie* (18.104.22.168) -- Sunday, April 9 2006, 06:50 pm|
Clive , WOW ! what a lovely visual, of the many attractive ways a raindrop catches our attention within it's many changes, as it falls upon our soil, from heavens window, sharin' a kalidesope of colours of Earths richness upon each sprinkle to admire,in a rainbow, in time it goes back up into the heavenly sky in a vapor ...awww smell that sweet fragrance of the fallin' rain...i love rain poems..it makes a softy outta me, heh...
|Tammy (22.214.171.124) -- Sunday, April 9 2006, 09:54 pm|
This poem is so awsome, and just truly beautiful!
|Catyrose (126.96.36.199) -- Monday, April 10 2006, 12:51 am|
You made the rain come alive right before our eyes, my friend. Such a beautiful read that appeals to the senses.
|Clive (188.8.131.52) -- Monday, April 10 2006, 01:31 am|
Glad you liked this one my friend
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