The Rain Poem

The Rain Poem

The rain did fall on every field,

A rainbow stretch forth from sea to sea,

A colorful arch cover the sphere,

Then from the sun diamond beams,

Embellishing all I see.


From the mountain top bright crystals drop,

A mist to embrace the open space,

A stream flow deep below,

Zealous to nourish all of earth.

Upon the meadows the water goes,

A stream of water crystal bright,

My presence all delight.


I surrender to the lilies,

They return thanksgiving in copious beauty,

I yield to the seeds in the field,

Through the soil all break free.

All of nature sing rejoice, rejoice,

Whenever I caress them with my many drops.


When I cover - all utter thank thee father,

When I cry - all laugh,

When I fall - I nourish all,

When I flow - I quench all of earth,

When I pour - I fulfill all,

Next time you see me embrace me, for all I am doing is my divine duty.


© Copyright David Beepathsingh


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leni sands 5 years ago from UK

True imagery...


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Sharon Douglas 5 years ago from GA, United States Author

Thank you leni sands for paying me a visit and for your lovely comment!


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Dexter Yarbrough 5 years ago from United States

Beautiful! Your poems never cease to amaze me.


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Sharon Douglas 5 years ago from GA, United States Author

Thank you Dexter

I appreciate your comment, as always your comment is always uplifting and encouraging!

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