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Feb 04

Raindrops Repeat – a Guest Poem by Cheryl Nilar

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Today we feature a guest poem submitted to us by Cheryl here on Wanderer Thoughts Poetry.

Raindrops Repeat

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a guest poem by Cheryl Nilar

Rain so pure and silvery light,  falling gently,  seems like night,

I cast my eyes toward the sky, grey and bleak repeats, repeats.

Birds flutter, squawking wildly, flapping wings, re-sounding thunder!

Now the rain has taken hold, grey has turned from pale to bold,

I cast my eyes toward the sky, grey and bleak repeats, repeats.

 

 

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