Raindrops

May 1, 2008
By Amy Carls, Allegany, NY

They fall as I watch
Almost like pearls
In the dark but in a light

Always they fall
To wet the Earth’s continuous thirst
Nothing to stop it
Raindrops always prevail

Like Mother Nature’s teardrops
So the land doesn’t dry up
Nature crying for the Earth
Never for to long

Then the storms come
As if Nature is angry
Lightening strikes, the thunder rolls
The raindrops fall as I watch

Raindrops,
Raindrops,
Raindrops


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